One word that makes us utterly, completely and wholeheartedly happy is BRUNCH. Everything from ordering 2 coffees in one sitting, chatting with the rest of The Brunch Club (yes, that’s our squad name) and snapping up those Insta-worthy dishes, is what makes brunch the most enjoyable meal of the day.
To inject a bit of culinary happiness into your life, we’ve compiled our Top 5 Brunch Cafes in and around Brisbane. Read on to find out more.
Darling and Co
157 Given Terrace, Paddington
Restore your soul and prepare for the day ahead with fresh, local ingredients, stunning presentation and a cup of Darling and Co’s signature coffee. It’s basically a match made in foodie heaven.
Hundred Acre Bar
St Lucia Golf Links, Carawa Street, St Lucia
A Scandinavian inspired restaurant and brunch cafe set in the lushness of St Lucia. They had our hearts at smoked maple bacon and chutney & basil concasse. We can’t think of a better way to start our morning (or our seedy Sunday for that matter).
38 Ross St, Newstead
This chic industrial warehouse-style cafe serves breakfast all day (OUR PRAYERS HAVE BEEN ANSWERED) from breakfast burgers to smoothie bowls. The Golden Pig also acts as a cooking school where they could teach you a thing or two in the kitchen such as French Bistro Cooking or even Moroccan Summer Delights.
321 Water St
321 Water St, Fortitude Valley
This modern Australian cafe requires no bookings! All your problems will be water under the bridge while you enjoy your breakfast at this no frills, outdoor cafe with luscious plants and greenery all around. Plus, did we mentioned there’s Italian inspired specials and all day breakfast?
461 Ipswich Rd, Brisbane
Little Clive is a stunning cafe in Brisbane bringing a host of good vibes, quality food and friendly staff. They are a fully licensed venue with a specialty in waffles where flavours are changed up every month. Little Clive is the local brunch cafe you need to try today.
By Adriana Vanni