Cafes

Meet Kusuka Corner, Sunnybank’s Gorgeous New Indonesian-Inspired Cafe

By Ranyhyn Laine
15th Nov 2022

the front entrance of kasuka corner
the dining area of kusuka corner with a neon sign and window into the kitchen
the dining area at kasuka, with banquette seating and wicker chairs
several of kusukas dishes on a table
a hand pouring a purple drink into a glass
several dishes on a table with a fairyfloss topped drink
the front entrance of kasuka corner
the dining area of kusuka corner with a neon sign and window into the kitchen
the dining area at kasuka, with banquette seating and wicker chairs
several of kusukas dishes on a table
a hand pouring a purple drink into a glass
several dishes on a table with a fairyfloss topped drink

What happens when Indonesian cuisine gets a Western makeover? A smorgasbord of delicious flavours is what happens. Sydney favourite Kusuka Corner has made the move up to the Sunshine State, taking up prime position in Sunnybank's Market Square, and we couldn't be happier about it. With the owners moving to Brisbane to be closer to family, they made the decision to bring Kusuka with them, meaning we finally get to sample the Indo-meets-Western food that Sydney went crazy for. 

Just FYI, their food is damn good. Think Mi Goreng noodles topped with wagyu beef, butter herbed corn, cheese, garlic chives and veg; nasi goreng served with fried chicken drumettes or a panko crumbed chicken schnitzel alongside a sunny side up egg; meatball soup; and thick, flavoursome congee made using a family recipe.

a selection of Indo dishes and colourful drinks on a table

Kuskua is just as famed for their drinks as they are for their feeds, so don’t think you’ll be sticking to water here. Their signature sip is a non-caffeinated pink latte, with flavour notes of watermelon and berries, which you can get hot or cold, but there’s also delights like the Blackforest chocolate drink topped with cream, Biscoff lattes and mocktails like the Genesis, which has a slightly sweet and slightly sour flavour—shake it up and it changes colour, as mesmerising as a galaxy in a jar.

a purple drink in a jar

And then there’s the desserts. Whether you save them for after your savoury choices or you opt for a sweet breakfast, you’ll want to make sure you have room for the likes of their kopi susu (coffee milk) pancakes with peanut butter, vanilla ice cream and palm sugar syrup, or cinnamon dusted churro sticks with caramel, ice cream and berries.

a stack of pancakes covered in ice cream

All of this is served up in a gorgeous, dream home-inspired space, with tan and dark green banquette seating, wicker chairs, neon lights and gold accents. You’ll be ‘gramming away before you’ve even ordered your meal, that’s how pretty this spot is. Worth the drive to Sunnybank? We sure think so—find out everything you need to know here

Meanwhile, have you checked out this new date night spot in Sunnybank yet? 

Image credit: NIRA Creative

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