Ant & Ola Cafe

Everton Park

Ant & Ola is a northside coffee nook offering locally-roasted coffee and all day breakfast fare with a South African flavour.  

Ant & Ola Cafe, Everton Park

Perched on the corner of South Pine Road and Griffith Street, the owners Anthony and Olympia have created a homely cafe with a comfy couch, plenty of plants, macrame art and paintings on the wall - where customers can settle in for a well-brewed cup of Elixir coffee and delicious brunch fare. 

Ant & Ola, Everton Park

Fans of South African fare can tuck into Bobotie Brekkie (savoury curried mince baked in egg base, served with poached eggs, hllandaise and house-baked sprouted wheat sourdough), Vet Koek (traditional South African savoury doughnut filled with tasty pork mince, chutney and slaw), or Chakalaka Eggs - two poached eggs served on homemade chakalaka (spicy tomato bean relish) with boerewors sausage (optional).

Ant & Ola, Everton Park

Alternatively, there's popular breakfast dishes like eggs bennie, bacon and eggs, and smashed avo on sourdough with feta, baby peas, crispy kale and dukkha; while lunch-type offerings include the Braai chicken burger (chargrilled, marinated chicken thighs) and Biltong steak sandwich (Bilton-spiced rib eye topped with crispy bacon, cheese and coleslaw). 

Ant & Ola Cafe, Everton Park

Ant & Ola is kid-friendly offering pancakes with fresh fruit and vanilla ice-cream, or waffles drizzled with Nutella, served with ice-cream and sprinkled with M&Ms.

Besides coffee, there are Origin teas, dirty chai, hot chocolate, iced drinks, frappes, smoothies and milkshakes.

Food image credit: Ant & Ola 

Ant & Ola 

508 South Pine Rd

Everton Park 

Opening hours

0422 469 592

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