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Just steps from South Brisbane station, Cafe 63 on Melbourne Street is known around the city for quality cafe fare, incredible breakfasts and premium coffee beverages. One of several Cafe 63 outlets, the West End branch is right in the heart of South Brisbane, and a reliable place to stop by for a quick bite or to refuel with a cup of joe. Open seven days a week from the early morning until the afternoon Cafe 63’s West End outlet is a fresh option right on your doorstep.
Sadly, the girls were too busy chatting to take our orders and we had to ask for teaspoons and sugar for our coffees also had to ask for butter and to have our table cleared after finishing our mains.
The atmosphere was welcoming. staff member were friendly. Food was delicious and freshly prepared.
The staff were friendly and attentive without being overbearing. They struck the right balance. Food and coffee was good.
Cafe 63’s West End branch is a haven for hearty-breakfast lovers and health nuts alike, offering a menu that’s chock-full of options. The pancakes here are on point – try the Kee with berry compote, ice cream and maple syrup, or go for the Mountie, pancakes served alongside perfectly cooked bacon and scrambled eggs. Kids can join in on the fun too, and choose from creative breakfast options like the Happy (bacon and toast), the Naughty (French toast with ice cream and maple syrup) and Doc (bacon and scrambled eggs).
Cafe 63 on Melbourne Street features a wide variety of healthy options such as the Gary, a perfectly poached egg topped with Hollandaise sauce and served with mashed avocado, smoked salmon and toast, the Cathy Freeman, an egg white omelette with chicken breast, spinach and feta, or the Kedron, an open sandwich using Turkish bread, smoked salmon and avocado. Classics at Cafe 63’s West End outlet include the cheese on toast and the Paddy O, a stacked potato rosti with poached eggs, bacon and toast. This cafe excels in all things breakfast – book ahead, stop by and chow down at Cafe 63 in South Brisbane.