Brunch just got a tad more exciting on the Sunshine Coast with the re-opening of Eumundi’s Bohemian Bungalow.
You might remember this old favourite closed its doors a couple of years back, much to the despair of its loyal followers. But the good, no, great news is that new owners have swept in, created menus brimming with drool-worthy dishes and will officially throw open the doors for the first time this weekend.
While the interior hasn’t changed, what’s coming out of the kitchen has. Brunch is undoubtedly the hero, with the likes of a vegan brekkie board for two, loaded with pea and beetroot falafel, roasted pumpkin, flat bread, chutney, fried kale, cherry toms, whole roasted truffle mushrooms and mini acai, or a chilli scrambled egg croissant with fried chorizo basically begging to jump off the page and into our mouths. The raspberry cheesecake waffles with toasted pistachio crumb, raspberry gelato and fresh strawberries are also a must.
For the less adventurous, you can also stick with what you know thanks to a list of burgers, poke and acai bowls on offer.
Once dark hits, it’s all about the dinner dishes. We recommend trying the sour cherry pork belly or the wattle seed-crusted kangaroo to start, followed by the lemon myrtle whole baby Barramundi or a melt-in-your-mouth 650-gram char grilled rib fillet. If a little slice of Italy is what the food doctor ordered, you’ll be pleased to know these guys also whip up a handful of pizzas.
Image credit: Lumea Photo for Urban List