Cafe63 has been setting up shop at heaps of locations in Brisbane and beyond and frankly it’s no surprise why. This family of cafe restaurants is always loved and always popular thanks to its honest and cheery approach to good coffee, great food and fresh flowers. One of the newest results of such genuine popularity is this, the Cafe63 at Eastville, Toowoomba, a wonderfully modern space that’s great to sit indoors or out. You’ll find it on Cohoe Street on the corner with Herries Street where all kinds of aromas from the coffee beans, the kitchen and the petals will waft around your nostrils and bring an instant smile to your face.
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We love this cafe, great value for money and the service is good
A lovely get together with friends enhanced by great service and food. A lovely young waiter with a smile and a joke was an added bonus. Thanks guys
What’s more pleasing than a cafe restaurant that’s also a flower shop? Is there anything? We think not. Actually, wait, there is. That would be a cafe restaurant that’s also a flower shop that just so happens to have almost 20 locations in Brisbane and beyond and that also just so happens to offer service with a smile that feels entirely tailored to you. Phew, and breath. Cafe63 here at Eastville in heart of Toowoomba is one of the newest additions to the Cafe63 family and it’s indeed a very nice place to sit and fill up on a legendary signature breakfast, an aromatic Di Bella Coffee or a hearty lunch or dinner.
Here on Toowoomba’s Cohoe Street, the food menu, like the flowers, changes according to season which of course means fresh ingredients and fitting tastes. Some autumn specials we’d urge you go try as soon as possible include roasted pork belly with apple sauce, gravy and rustic fries, cajun grilled barramundi, salmon or NZ whiting with prawns, as well as slow-cooked lamb shoulder with rustic fries, grilled mushrooms and fresh, seasonal vegetables. As far as quality cafe restaurants go, Cafe36 at Eastville really is unmatched – it’s not hard to see why the people of Toowoomba have welcomed it with open arms.