Best Known For
Eggs Benedict, French savoury on pumpkin sough dough bread, Fish Tacos - beer-battered flathead, Poke bowl, Lamb burger, steak burger, Shakshukah and delicious cabinet food.
To find your kitchen table away from home head to Fuzzy Duck café on Kitchener Road in Kedron. This vibrant, quirky and casual café projects a laid-back setting ideal for lingering over wholefood choices and excellent coffee, while catching up with family and friends either alfresco or indoors. Early risers are tempted by all-day breakfast choices like savoury pumpkin French toast, topped with cheesy herbed mince, fried eggs and roasted red capsicum relish; or coconut Bircher muesli, candied nuts, berry coulis and fresh seasonal fruit. The lunch crowd enjoys pasta plates like housemade spinach gnocchi, salmon, snow peas and creamy sauce; or a chicken burger, with grilled halloumi, mesculin, tomato, spiced aioli and chips. Those time poor can grab a croissant or sandwich from the cabinet.
A few words from Fuzzy Duck
Your Kitchen Table Away From Home
Fuzzy Duck Cafe is a vibrant, quirky and casual cafe restaurant located on busy Kitchener Road, in between Gympie & Webster road.
Its your kitchen table away from home. Owned by a family who is passionate about good food and great coffee.
Fuzzy Duck provides good, honest and original food in a laid-back setting where excellent service is something we constantly strive for.
There is plenty of free street parking, although we do ask that patrons be mindful and not to park on yellow lines in the side streets.
If you're looking for the best cafe restaurant in Chermside or Kedron area, look no further.
At Fuzzy Duck Cafe we offer meals of excellent quality and invite you to try our delicious food.
The key to our success is simple: providing quality consistent food that taste great every single time.
Eat delicious food. Grab a drink. But most of all, relax!
145 Kitchener Road, Kedron 4031 QLD - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos
Seats: 96 Chef: Nathan Skinner Sommelier: Nathan Skinner