Cafe Auchenflower is cute and cosy, and the perfect place to get your caffeine fix if you find yourself around the inner city suburb.
Tucked away from the busy and bustle of Milton Road, Cafe Auchenflower serves up simple but satisfying fare for brunch and lunch seven days a week. Whether you are grabbing a takeaway coffee on the run or stopping by to stay a while, the staff are as charming as the decor and will be more than pleased to oblige you.
The winter brunch menu is full of humble but hearty options. From a simple serve of banana bread, toasted with sweet cinnamon butter and a walnut crumble ($9), to the more indulgent Belgian waffles with plum, blueberry and star anise compote ($14), the kitchen at Cafe Auchenflower is here to sweeten any chilly Brisbane morning.
However, if it's savoury you crave, old favourites like smashed avo on rye ($12) and eggs Benedict ($13) make a well-received appearance. The BLEAT burger with bacon, lettuce, egg, avocado and tomato ($13) is possibly the best way to straddle morning-to-midday hunger, and the counter cabinet is always full of fresh daily specials, including salads and sandwiches for your lunchtime tasting. Gluten-free bread is available on request.
BlackStar coffee is the bean of choice, and the printed takeaway cups are simply darling. All in all, Cafe Auchenflower is cute and cosy, and the perfect place to get your caffeine fix if you find yourself around the inner-city suburb.