The 'dish' of the day was definitely the peanut butter hot chocolate that is on the menu, made with soy. Funnily enough, the day before I had picked up a hot chocolate elsewhere with a hazelnut syrup shot, and was wondering why no one made peanut butter hot chocolate. And the next day, I was drinking it. This is delicious! I had two!
Lisa and I both chose the Breakfast Burrito with tofu ($12). This is stuffed with beans, tomato, mushrooms, spinach, aioli and tofu. I think the tofu is one of the Soyco flavoured tofus, it had the same texture and a slightly sweet taste. This was a tasty breakfast.
Marion had the Nearly Raw Nachos ($12, GF) with caspicum, corn, tomato, red onion, kidney beans, avocado, cashew cheese and corn chips. She said it was really fresh tasting and very filling.
Jen had already eaten, so she just picked up a cupcake (to go with her PB hot chocolate). Pure Simplicity Health stocks Cloverly cupcakes, which are all vegan and always have a gluten free flavour. And Marion also had a Nut Buttercup Smoothie ($8 regular, $10 large), which had almond milk, peanut butter, cocoa, banana, almond butter, cinnamon, vanilla paste).
I am would be keen to try more of their menu, especially their burgers, and more of that peanut butter hot chocolate. The food came out relatively quickly, and it is a nice space. The toilets are a bit of a trek out the back of the building, and are not always the cleanest of facilities.
Pure Simplicity Health Bar - 22-24 Carrara Street, Mount Gravatt East, Brisbane
Cute Kitty Photo of the Post
I've been having fun re-sharing some photos of old adoption and clinic cats. This little cutie is Daphne. She was surrendered to us with a broken leg and pelvis, which thankfully was able to be repaired. She used to hang out with me on call and sleep on my bed in the on call room. She got adopted by one of our former nurses.