Brisbane: Best Brunch Pt 2

Brisbane: Best Brunch Pt 2


At the top of the list for good reason this is by far one of my 'Brisvegas' favourites. This is the go to spot to get your custom made birthday cake or for of course, brunch. Chester Street Bakery and Bar, should be at the top of your hit list for every visit to Brisbane. Missed out on breakfast? Pop by late evening for a glass of wine or craft beer. This is one locale that will have you hooked! 

What to order: Crushed Avo. $13.90

32A Chester Street, Newstead, Brisbane, 4006


Featuring the freshest fit out in New farm, Little Loco is one trendy little cafe. The space is light and airy, with clean lines and cool furniture, offering super healthy options with hearty portion sizes. Menu items include lemon ricotta hotcakes, tacos & quinoa salads. Although as always I suggest going for the smashed avo!  

What to order: Smashed Avo on Toast. $16

121 Merthyr Road, New Farm, Brisbane, 4005


Samson and Sophie brings you the finest of locally made produce with phenomenal coffee. Serving up tasteful breakfast and lunch from their hole-in-the-wall deli and cafe in Teneriffe. Sampson and Sophie boasts a European influenced breakfast menu, think smashed avocado with dukkah and baked italian eggs! Naturally our favourite. Run by the same team behind Wilston's Alcove (featured in our Brisbane: Best Brunch Part One guide) and Esher St Cafe Deli, fans of these cute cafes will love this little addition to the family.

What to order: The Buddha Bowl $18.90

Shop 1 No. 2 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe, Brisbane, 4005 

This breakfast bowl though! 👌🏻

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Featuring all the flawless fixtures and fittings you'd expect from any hip cafe in Fortitude Valley. Unfussy and full of white, clean floorboards, white washed walls and a curved ceiling, making it oh so insta worthy! With a sustainable focus, sourcing all of their produce from local holding and experienced organic farmers makes for a creative breakfast menu. Try the breakfast hash but be sure to add bacon, or one of the freshly pressed juices or smoothies. 

What to order: Breakfast Hash add Bacon. $17.50

164C Arthur Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, 4006


This delightful suburban cafe has celebrated the historical use of the original building in it's unique stand alone setting. The newly constructed patio seating overlooks the organic herb and vegetable garden that provides the freshest possible ingredients for the kitchen's use. From beautiful handmade biscuits, brownies and cakes to mouth watering breakfasts topped with the best coffee on the west side of town, need we say more?

What to order: Spiced House Made Waffles. $18.50

113 Sylvan Road, Toowong, Brisbane, P: 07 3870 2223

Sundays ☕️

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Gardening is at the heart of this culinary experience at Wild Canary, nestled in the beautiful Brookefield Garden Centre, each day, head chef Glen Barratt picks fargrant herbs, edible flowers and produce for the day ahead. Organic and biodynamic principles is at the heart of the gardening process here, making the ingredients for every meal, more than mouth watering. Wild Canary is fully licensed and open for breakfast and lunch 7 days a week.

What to order: Buddha Bowl. $22

2371 Moggill Road, Brookfield, Brisbane,4069

Time for tea @wildcanaryeat ☕️🍃 #wildcanary #brisbaneeats

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