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Husk & Honey – gluten free Nambour, Queensland

Husk & Honey is a lovely 100% gluten free and grain free cafe in the centre of Nambour in south east Queensland.  Nambour is around a half hour drive from Mooloolaba or forty minutes from Noosa.

grain free cafe Nambour

The menu is on a huge blackboard at the counter where you order your food. Breakfast is available all day and has plenty of items to choose from, such as granola, mushrooms or baked beans on toast, avo bruschetta and various egg based dishes.  Lunch is available from 11am-2pm with options such as pumpkin soup, veggie fritters (dairy free), and chicken salad. They also have a variety of cakes on display if you are just after coffee and cake.

gluten free menu Nambour

The cafe has a relaxed, ‘hippy’ type of vibe in the seating area with old newspapers on the wall and vintage decorations.

I chose the ‘potato pancakes’ (more like a hash brown) with scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and plenty of rocket and the flavours all worked really well together. My husband had eggs on toast with smoked salmon as an extra and was impressed with the decent portion size of eggs.

Nambour itself was extremely quiet (mid week) but the cafe was busy and had a steady trade of people getting coffees and lunch, so it seems to be a popular spot with the locals.

If you are interested in vinyl records there are two record stores around the corner from the cafe, so I had a win eating safely at Husk & Honey and my husband had a great time at the vinyl stores.

On the way back to Noosa we went via The Ginger Factory to buy some of my favourite Buderim Ginger ginger beer and ginger, honey and lemon chews.

If you are in the Nambour area, definitely stop by at Husk & Honey for a safe gluten free meal.

 

18 Queen Street, Nambour, Queensland 4560
Nambour train station is 5 minute walk away.

Mon-Fri 7am – 3pm, Sat 8am – 1pm.

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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .

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