Hiding in plain sight is a little café that serves quality, tasty food and is a place where you can have a High Tea hosted by experts.

Devon Pixies can be found at 270 Jacaranda Avenue Kingston, or more commonly known, the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct.

The café is set in the former Caretakers Cottage and is well laid out, which adds to the atmosphere, and has seating on the deck with a lovely space inside, the tearoom. This room features high ceilings and an eclectic mix of art and China on display.

Devon Pixies has been in operation since 2014 in Logan Village and was the first dedicated High Tea house in Logan. In 2022 they moved to the Kingston Butter Factory and despite the move, haven’t lost any of the nostalgia they created.

There are two menus to choose from, the High Tea and daily. If you are looking to have the High Tea, a booking is required, and you will need to select the style you are after.

If you are after something for a snack, lunch or even a tea or coffee, the daily menu will serve you all that you need.

Tastes of Logan - Burger
Tastes of Logan – Burger

The menu is petite but plentiful and the food they have is quality with enjoyment in every bite. From the signature Pixies Triple Decker Sandwich, cheese toasties, beef or vege burgers, to beef pie, mini pizzas, and a strong selection of sweets.

The Big Butter Factory burger was on the cards for me with my offsider having the Beef Burger but adding a few extras.

To wash them down was a vanilla milkshake made with ice cream, although it was a tough choice not to have a pot of tea with so many different flavours to choose from.

The food was delivered to the table with a smile and we both were impressed with what arrived. The milkshakes were frothy and creamy. The burger was a decent size, plenty of fillings and a nice soft but crispy cooked bun.

It went down a treat and hit the spot of hunger perfectly. With much more to choose from on the menu and a pleasant place to sit and enjoy, a returning visit is in order. 

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