Cafe's in Brisbane

 

The city of Brisbane houses to some cafes which are meekly

described as "homes away from homes" by residents and travelers.

Cafes in Brisbane projects a relaxing environment to customers, giving someone the luxury of chitchatting with his company of friends, or making the time the perfect intrapersonal moment in a place that is conducive for something intimate and peaceful.

The Gunshop Cafe in West End is the perfect "brunch place" as what

loyal customers refer it. Housed in a beautiful heritage building, the Gunshop Cafe offers coffee, desserts and cheese all day, with an everyday-changing menu.

 

Foods are made with the freshest ingredients while stocks and sauces

are made on the spot after an order was received. Most of their most famous breakfast dishes are potta feta hash cakes, doubles smoked bacon, Swiss brown mushrooms, sweet potato cake and black pudding.

 

cafes in brisbane

Recommended sweets in the Gunshop are organic yogurt, the ever-popular Gunshop muffin and homemade ice cram, vanilla ricotta, flourless

chocolate cake and mascarpone. Gunshop also has its own wine list. Lovers of cakes and pastries should visit Shingle Inn at Queen and George Streets

in Brisbane Square. This historic restaurant was built way back the 1930's Great Depression Era but was able to survive through time, presently showcasing an English style teahouse and restaurant that has been constantly offering its customers with the most exceptional of products.

 

Listed by the Queensland Heritage Council in 1996, the Shingle Inn bakery cafe is perfect for people who want to detoxify after a day's worth of

shopping or working. Surely, Shingle's homemade cakes and coffee will boost your relaxation experience at its best. Aside from cakes and coffees,

Shingle Inn also offers sandwiches, salads and light meals. Highly recommended are grilled field mushroom sandwich, smoked salmon sandwich, vegetarian sandwich, Caesar salad, marinated Thai beef salad and Shingle’s own Shingle salad. They also offer alcoholic beverages: beers, red wines, white wines and champagne.

Those who want to relive the 70's era are very much welcome at the Pandemonium Cafe at Paddington. The cafe is young, only started out three years ago, and people has then embraced its old-fashioned cooking as well as its groovy interior. Pandemonium's menu is composed of dishes that will surely cater to anyone's needs and tastes. Their meals include salads, toasts, soups pancakes, noodles, panini, burgers and other sandwiches. Their offerings

of drinks ranges from coffee, tea, health shake frappe, milk shakes and others. They also accept catering services.

Italian meal lovers who also want to have a taste of best coffee in town are greatly recommended to visit New Farm Deli & Cafe in New Farm. The cafe has a number of achievements, including the "Australian Cafe of the year" award which it received in 1996. New Farm has a reputation for making exceptional coffee. Popular coffee choices include Short Black, Long Black, Cappuccino, Macchiato, Flat white, Mocha, Vienna and a lot more. They also boast their lines of pancakes, pasta, soups, chips and salads.