Our favourite cafes to check out in Brisbane

By on March 17, 2016

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Brisbane it’s your turn! We previously shared with you the best cafes in Melbourne and Sydney and now we are bringing you the best of what Brisbane has to offer.

Brisbane’s cafe culture has recently started to blossom, with more and more cafes popping up around the whole city with delicious coffee and delectable food.

Ready to check them out? Read below for our selection of the best cafes in Brisbane:

Sea Salt & Vine:

If you are after a casual dining experience with an extensive selection of food and drinks, then Sea Salt & Vine is your best bet! Positioned inside the Scarborough Holiday Village, this breezy cafe has everything you need. Bring along the whole family and feast on a traditional cooked breakfast or choose a delicious meal of fish and chips or a garden salad for lunch.

Sea Salt and Vine
Reef Point Esplanade

Scarborough, 4020

(07) 3880 4456

Baby Jak:

Hidden in an arcade in the CBD, this gem is a great place to refuel for a busy day in the office. Baby Jak serves delicious Allpress espresso coffee, homemade baked treats and flatbread that you can fill with just about anything you want. A few highlights include their breakfast flatbread with fried egg, bacon, spinach and aged cheddar and their tasty strawberry cheesecake.

Baby Jak Cafe

144 Adelaide St

Brisbane, 4000

(07) 3221 9719

The Pantry:

Positioned in the old Government House at QUT Gardens Point, The Pantry is a popular cafe for everyone including students and office workers. The gorgeous building is home to a beautiful selection of coffee, danishes, muffins and sandwiches that can be consumed on the go, or while dining in the breathtaking courtyard filled with recycled chairs and tables.

The Pantry

2 George St

Brisbane, 4000

(07) 3138 0990

The Monkey Bar:

If you are after a family-friendly cafe with a park for the kids, a gorgeous view and a delicious menu, then you have to head to The Monkey Bar. This cafe has everything you could ever want and is great for the whole family. Treat yourself to a deliciously brewed Genovese coffee and feast on salted caramel and buttermilk pancakes for breakfast, a tasty wagyu beef burger for lunch and spoil the kids with a kid-sized “Little Monkey Menu” that includes cheese jaffles and chips.

The Monkey Bar Cafe

102 Victoria Terrace

Greenslopes, 4120

0401 023 964

Two Wheels and A Handlebar:

For an affordable breakfast with a sophisticated menu and tasty fair trade coffee make sure you stop by the Two Wheels and A Handlebar cafe in Brisbane’s Milton. The bicycle themed cafe has a rustic feel and serves varying breakfast and lunch menus depending on fresh produce available that day. Although the prices are cheap, the menu is impressive, with in-house muesli, Nonna’s coleslaw sandwich and poached duck egg to name a few.

Two Wheels and a Handlebar Cafe

33 Railway Tce

Milton, 4064

0420 423 467

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Have you been to any great cafes in Brisbane we should add to the list? Comment below.

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