BRISBANE: BEST BRUNCH PART ONE
Wilston's most popular cafe opening in early July 2012 offers a wide range of produce and deli goods. With a focus on bringing Wilston the best local produce from the South East Queensland area, Alcove cafe and deli is sure to delight with their small but wide range of deli products.
What to order: Huevos Rancheros. $22.90
92B Kedron Brook Road, Wilston, Brisbane, 4051
2. FUEL & CO
Situated on the leafy outskirts of Nundah Village, Fuel & Co, a cafe and wine bar that occupies a heritage listed spot offers breakfast and lunch to locals. Hanging plants, sleek timber fencing and bright pops of yellow its hard to miss the eye catching decor, a mix of modern, rustic and casual. The menu includes a range of meals that are fun twists on the usual favourites all made with fresh local ingredients. Be sure to call ahead for morning coffee orders so you can grab your cup on the go!
What to order: The Light Start. $18.50
190 Buckland Road, Nundah, Brisbane, P: 07 3003 1766
Fitted out with striking interiors by local designer Anna Spiro from Black & Spiro it's hard to miss BUZZ situated in the Newstead Gasworks location. It's the top on the hit list as a go to brunch spot for a good reason. After living in London for so long I absolutely love its casual Queensland outdoor dining vibe. If you don't fancy breakfast you can't go past fresh pizza served straight from the in-house wood fire oven for lunch.
What to order: Healthy Breakfast Bruschetta. $18
76 Skyring Tce, Newstead, Brisbane, 4006, P: 07 3252 3333
Here you'll find everything you need when it comes to fresh & clean foods! The interior's cool retro style fit out with a picture of a 1960s WV Beatle on the wall sets the scene for one of Brisbane's coolest cafes. Famous for having the best Acai you'll ever try and for lunch don't go past the mouth watering Pull pork nachos. Take away options available with a cabinet full of healthy sweets!
What to order: Acai breakfast bowl. $16
39 Hercules Street, Portside Wharf, Hamilton, 4007, P: 0403 040 461
5. Gunshop Cafe
Being one of the first breakfast hotspots in Brisbane , The Gunshop Cafe is a home away from home for many of the locals in West End - Brisbane's cultural centre. With it's raw exposed brick and low hanging lights, The Gunshop has set the benchmark for cafe dining in Brisbane. Head Inner West to experience a relaxed environment filled with chatter and the enticing aromas of a busy kitchen.
What to order: A Gunshop classic - Potato & fetta hash cakes, herbed sour cream, baby spinach & truss cherry tomato. $18.50
53 Mollison St, West End, Brisbane, 4101
Tucked away in the Winter Garden laneway off Edward street, Gramercy Coffee is in a petite yet striking space exhibiting a strong palette of emerald and blue, with dashes of wood amongst white tiles and sleek black pipe shelving, you almost get the feeling of Melbourne laneway cafe. Gramercy serves up well-crafted coffee and fresh, homemade eats. Bringing specialty coffee beans to the city, using a blend from Sydney's famous Reuben Hills.
What to order: Avo' on toast. $7
Wintergarden, 200 Edward Street, CBD, Brisbane, 4000