Healthy project | Brisbane city list
The new Burpengary Project Salubrious cafe is worth the trip north, especially for gluten-free and dairy-free foodies. Chef and owner Kurtis Lovell, who has previously worked in Michelin-starred European restaurants as well as several iconic Queensland venues, is a follower of the paleo diet, free of gluten, grains, dairy and refined sugar, and wanted to create a place which aligned with its own dietary philosophy.
Open for breakfast and lunch, Project Salubrious uses the many locally sourced produce in a menu that’s entirely free of gluten, grains, dairy, and refined sugar, yet still bursting with flavor. Expect nutritious breakfast options like baked eggs, breakfast pizza with bacon jam, or cinnamon apple tempura fritters, which you can enjoy in the space airy and bright overlooking a nature reserve.
If it’s lunch you’re looking for, options include a chicken tempura burger, Thai curry, or pork saltimbocca, and you can also just stop for keto coffees, smoothies, and toast, as well as snacks. ready-to-heat meals to take away. residence. Basically, if you’re gluten or dairy intolerant, keto, paleo, or just health oriented, this cafe should be on your hit list.
Photo credit: Lewis Lotherington