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Banora Point’s sweet, new neighbourhood eatery

Imagine how proud your grandma would be if you opened a café, so proud right? Now imagine how proud she’d be if you opened a café, named it after her and sold jams and pickles made from her original recipes to the people of the Gold Coast. Next-level.

Now most of us will probably never manage to make our grandmas that proud but there are a couple of local lads who will (and no doubt have already). Those two are Matt Schnitzerling and Nate Bultitude – owners of Banora Point’s sweet new eatery Dulcie & Edna.

Imagine how proud your grandma would be if you opened a café, so proud right? Now imagine how proud she’d be if you opened a café, named it after her and sold jams and pickles made from her original recipes to the people of the Gold Coast. Next-level.

Now most of us will probably never manage to make our grandmas that proud but there are a couple of local lads who will (and no doubt have already). Those two are Matt Schnitzerling and Nate Bultitude – owners of Banora Point’s sweet new eatery Dulcie & Edna.

Now the menu is filled with delicious things too, served up by two Chefs who have quite the impressive rap sheets. Josh Garard was the senior chef at Far North Queensland’s Nunu; a hatted restaurant we have long wanted to visit and Cam Perrins (who is quite the baking extraordinaire) hails from the impressive likes of Botanica and Pearl Cafe.

Everything on the menu is made from scratch and each one is fresh and beautiful and we want to go there every day.

There’s a Broccoli and Potato Hash with zucchini, green sauce and poached eggs. YUM. The Chickpea, Beetroot and Miso burger (what) is the absolute goods as is the Crumbed Fish Sandwich, The Three Egg Omlette with ocean trout and the Pumpkin and Chickpea Falafel Bowl. All the things honestly.

To drink there’s coffee obviously – from Parallel Roasters in Brisbane – plus cold pressed juice from Hrvest, Kombucha, smoothies and MILKSHAKES. How good are milkshakes.

There’s also bread and croissants from beloved Burleigh Baker so you can take stuff home also.

It’s pretty much a dream come true this one guys.

Soon the crew will be selling said jams, relishes and pickles from said grandma recipes along with somebody’s famous cheese sticks, which is probably the greatest thing we’ve ever heard.

Get up there guys, it’s a goodie on all fronts.

LOCATION: 11/21-25 Amaroo Drive, Banora Point
HOURS: Monday to Friday 6.30am until 3pm, Saturday 6.30am until 2pm and Sunday 7am until 2pm

Words and photos by Kirra Smith

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