Brisbane experiences
 

Brisbane Breakfast restaurants


Breakfast is a popular meal in Brisbane and especially so on weekends. To list all of the best breakfast restaurants is not possible so our list is a selection. Please though tell us of the ones you like and we will check them out, our team likes to eat out at breakfast as do many Brisbane locals.

Atomica Eat Drink

Well known for it's big breakfast and use of fresh ingredients well cooked. Often very busy on weekends. 3/173 Boundary Street, West End (07 3844 0333)

Brasserie on the River

We feature the Brasserie as an afternoon tea location but if you cannot make that time then breakfast is a good alternative. A large buffet all served in the outdoor marquee on the rive terrace and where coffee is enjoyed from your cane chairs. Stamford Plaza Hotel, Margaret Street, Brisbane (07 3221 1999)

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Eves on the River
Expensive at night but good value breakfasts make this well known restaurant available to everyone. Weekends brings out the Teneriffe locals and can be seen full of family groups and at times is hard to find a table. Mid week very quiet and excellent value and often has excellent value breakfast specials. Coffee is always good at Eves and this we know as one of our editorial offices is next to Eves and so enables us to survive each day. Traditional dishes are well cooked by expert chefs. A bonus is the views of the Brisbane river and the sun shining in each morning. 25/53 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe (07 3216 0726)

Les Amis

Good value breakfasts and plenty for vegetarians. The French toast is well worth trying. 1/515 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley (07 3852 6100)

Lure on Latrobe
In the middle of the Paddington boutiques a place of tranquility with the water feature on the front deck. 24 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington (07 3367 2900).

Poppy's Basket Bakery
Good value breakfasts on the South Bank where they know how to make omelettes. 166 Grey Street, South Brisbane (07 3844 0144)

Sisco Cafe
Cosy, laid back and casual and interesting breakfast menu. 1/500 Boundary Street, Spring Hill (07 3839 4995)

The Gunshop Cafe
A relaxed environment filled with chatter and the enticing aromas of a busy kitchen.  Award-winning weekend breakfasts are notoriously busy and means no bookings are taken on weekends. The reason they are so popular is the innovate use of breakfast ingredients that creates dishes like avocado and quark on sour dough, raspberry French toast with vanilla mascarpone or even vodka cured ocean trout with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. 55 Mollison Street, West End (07 3844 2241)

63
A simple name but perhaps describes this functional popular breakfast venue. Expect to wait for tables at peak times but that is a good sign and the queue is quickly managed by the friendly staff. Lot of choice on the menu and some different thing to try. 63 is open all day for lunch and dinner. 63 Racecourse Road, Ascot, Brisbane (07 3868 2685)


 
 
 
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