Thursday, 31 March 2016

Eating Out: Charlie's Raw Squeeze at Everton Park

Before I go on with the regular post, I will be taking a short blogging break while I am away for OzComicCon Perth and Adelaide over the next two weekends. I'll be working at both of them, and will be having a bit of time to explore Perth and Adelaide during the week between them. I have lots of exciting food places starred on my Google maps, and I look forward to sharing my adventures when I get back. :)

OK, on with the post!

I know, I know... another Charlie's Raw Squeeze post. You are probably sick of them. But I haven't actually been back to Charlie's since this last visit (which was about five weeks ago), so there will be a lot more variety in my upcoming Eating Out posts! Not that there is anything wrong with Charlie's! I just haven't had the opportunity to get back there, but have had opportunities to eat at other very yummy places instead.

I loved the Superfood Acai Smoothie I had from Charlie's last time, so I decided to try out the Superfood Acai Bowl ($16 large), which has acai, bananas, cocoa, goji berries and coconut water. It did not disappoint, it was very yum! It is a bit squashed here, because they forgot I wanted it takeaway again and had to smoosh a lid on. I definitely recommend this bowl (or smoothie).

Superfood Acai Bowl from Charlie's Raw Squeeze

The Tropical Sunrise Smoothie ($10 for large) was a really refreshing drink. It has mango, pineapple, strawberry, mint and coconut water. The pineapple was not too overpowering, and the mint was just perfect.

Tropical Sunrise Smoothie from Charlie's Raw Squeeze

The main reason I went to Charlie's that day was because I wanted to try their new Rainbow Salad ($10.95). Tragically, when I got there, there were none! But there was a bit of a wait for my smoothie and bowl, and by the time I got them they had brought out new salads! So I bought one. It has smoked tofu, avocado, a kale and cabbage salad and beetroot cream cheese (similar ingredients to their rainbow salad wraps). I have to say that this one works better as a wrap for me, the salad was nice, but it just was missing something. The falafel black bean kale salad remains my favourite.

Rainbow Salad from Charlie's Raw Squeeze

I also picked up a Cloverly Sticky Date Cupcake, which is a bit squished from being put into a too shallow box. This was a good cupcake. I loved the date cake on the base, the icing was not too sweet (as they normally are), and the caramel drizzle on top was a nice finish.

Sticky Date Cupcake from Cloverly

Charlie's Raw Squeeze at Charlie's Fruit Market - 473 South Pine Road, Everton Park, Brisbane - 3855 3966

Cute Kitty Photo of the Post


It's been a while since I've featured a photo of the handsomest boy Possum, who was my family cat for nearly twenty years. Sadly we had to say goodbye to Possum a couple of years ago. We miss him. I am sure you all agree that he was super handsome.


  1. That cupcake looks fantastic. Majestic kitty!

  2. I am not sick of hearing of this place. I only wish I could try it out as it sounds like the type of place I would enjoy. We don't really have anything like that near where I live. The salad looks really good! The cupcake even better.
    Cute kitty.

    1. I haven't been for ages, but I am pretty excited as they have just announced they are opening up a bunch of new stores including one closer to my place. :D

  3. So sorry for your loss! That's the hardest!