Tuckshop Time

Woolloongabba

Tuckshop Time is a cute bolthole café in Woolloongabba, taking its inspiration from the old school canteen and dishing up your favourite fare with flair.

Found in Woolloongabba’s schmick new South City Square on Logan Road, this dog-friendly café has prime position overlooking the precinct’s central green space.

Tuckshop Time Woolloongabba

Customers can sit at little tables or lounge on beanbags sipping the café’s signature boutique blend, The Headmaster, brewed on the Sunshine Coast.

Tuckshop Time Woolloongabba

The top-notch menu includes something for everyone from the quintessential smashed avo on sourdough with marinated feta and lime, to Tradie Roll (double bacon, double cheese and fried egg on panini) and nasi goreng (brown rice, quinoa, peas, Asian greens, kale, ponzu, peanuts and egg.

Tuckshop Time Woolloongabba

Reese’s peanut butter cup waffle bowl with vanilla waffles, house made chocolate fudge, Reese’s peanut butter cup ice cream and house made chocolate fudge ice cream.

Tuckshop Time Woolloongabba

Likewise, the drinks menu is wide-ranging with juices, smoothies, superfood lattes (like Red Velvet made with beetroot and turmeric), superjunk lattes (think Nutella or salted caramel) and scrumptious milkshakes such as salted caramel, cookies and cream and bubblegum.

By Deb Lidster

The menu may have changed since this review

Tuckshop Time

146 Logan Rd

Woolloongabba       

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146 Logan Rd Woolloongabba

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