Sunday, October 14, 2012

Breakfast-Turned-Brunch at Shingle Inn


Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
My early breakfast plan failed miserably. Was supposed to get my lazy ass up but my sleepiness seemed to overpower me this morning. Imaging a peaceful and chilly Sunday morning with less traffic and no buses stopping by every one hour and so, simply the most perfect time of the week to snuggle in the bed just a little bit longer.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Let's see... We'll have this, this and this...

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Its signature Lime Mint Julep, a well-balanced citrus blend with a taste of summer to it.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Very refreshing.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Interior of the inner part of the restaurant, warm and spacious.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Crispy golden chips served with lime aioli. *two thumbs up*

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
I ordered a Shingle Inn Caesar Salad with Salmon but was given the Shingle Inn Salad somehow. Speechless. We didn't bother to ask for an exchange since I only noticed it after a while. Yeah, apparent I was distracted, obviously spent too much time snapping the wonderful spread of food on our table =p

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
The colorful plate contained a selection of leaves, tomato and cucumber pieces, avocado and canned pineapple slices, a couple of strawberries laying on a bed of sour cream? (not sure) and a small jug of balsamic vinegar as dressing, which in my opinion, I think quite plain and not pleasing at all.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Chicken Avocado Crepe from its special menu. Delicious as Mr. Choo said!

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
BLT. Average taste, no chips, smaller portion than the one we usually have at the Coffee Club.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
The big eater with humongous appetite today.

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Glorious brunchie for two o.O"

Brunch at Shingle Inn Toowoomba
Jalja (good night)!!! It's Monday again tomorrow...

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6 comments:

  1. The chicken, avocado & sweet chilli mango mayo sandwich from the Shingle Inn is delicious, bit pricey, but I order it every time I am there! :)

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    1. Yeah, I do agree that the food there is a little pricey. And chicken, avocado & sweet chilli mango mayo sandwich sounds yum!

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  2. Looks good - we have been to shingle inn once...

    http://www.hungrydelights.com/2012/02/brunch-at-shingle-inn.html

    But for some reason have never been back - I think that will need to be in the agenda :)

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    1. Had a peek at your blog post ;) I just like the interior and ambiance in there.

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  3. Just moved to toowoomba. Great blog. Would you know if there are any korean/yakiniku restaurants in town? Thanks!

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    1. Hi there, thanks! We have no Korean restaurant in town yet unfortunately =\

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