The Burrow Cafe – an old church goes underground

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{Such a churchy/underground feel – had to laugh at the guy in the corner who kinda resembles Jesus}

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{Love the artwork and beautiful wood seating}

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{absolutely love the different types of lighting and quirky pieces like hanging pot plants}

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{love the foosball between the wood rafters}

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{religious photographs to suit the churchy look paired with some quirky skeleton figurines}

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{comic books on the walls, what a creative touch}

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{interesting and tasty food – chips on a pizza, who would of thought of that}

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{the doors were amazing}

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{good company – my dad and my little cousin}

Let me just say, I love West End located in Brisbane inner southside. There are so many funky fashion boutiques, coffee shops, cafes and just gorgeous quirky objects that are so entertaining. No-one gets bored in West End. So when I came across The Burrow this weekend while wandering around the streets, I wasn’t at all surprised. The interior design of this cafe is so great that even if the food was bad, I would still recommend going there. It is fantastic. Think of a church; stained glass windows, wooden poles, wooden rafters and photographs, then think anything quirky; random lights, hanging pot plants, comic book pasted walls, drawings, cans, the list goes on. When seated you are just looking around at all the amazing things. Yes, the food was amazing and just as quirky. A hot chip pizza – who thinks of that. The Burrow was just all round quirky and fun.  A great place to visit and eat, and a perfect fit for West End.

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