Arthouse Cafe

FIVE SISTERS ARTHOUSE CAFE, WEST END: A cute, hidden café in West End – one of the brunching hotspots in Brisbane. It’s tucked away inside a mini residential cottage type area with both indoor and outdoor seating. Their menu has quite a Greek twist, with common elements like haloumi, avocado and souvla meat in many of their meals. Overall, the food is quite cheap, and has strong flavours at a decent and filling portion size.

Greek Baked Eggs (Eggs, Bacon, Haloumi, Spinach, Feta and Tzatziki) – $15.5

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Look at that nice dollop of fresh tzatziki sauce on top of the fresh greenery!

The good fat: A great blend of all flavours in this dish! I enjoyed the flakyness of the pita bread on the side that provided a filling, carb-type substance to undercut the strength of the sauces. The tzatziki sauce was light and refreshing, blending well with the strong flavours of the haloumi and saltiness of the feta. The egg was runny and the pieces of bacon were thick and tasty! The spinach layer underneath was delicious and added a great dimension of a slightly subtle bitter flavour to the whole meal.

The bad fat: I was hoping that the baked eggs would have been scrambled/whisked beforehand as that’s what I have had before – the eggs being cooked sunny side meant that the flavours were very individualised and I couldn’t experience the eggy amalgamation of everything together. The bacon was a little bit bland as well.

Fat-o-meter: 4/5

SHOULD YOU GET FAT HERE?

YES – Cheap, hearty and tasty food in a warm, homely setting!

FAT-O-METER: 4/5

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