Bringing bespoke charm to The Intersection development in Toowoomba, Cafe63’s branch in Kearneys Spring already has locals absolutely buzzing. Quickly becoming the go-to spot for breakfast, brunch and lunch – and for picking up an stunning bunch of flowers – Cafe63 is just one of those places that you can be sure will never disappoint. You’ll find perfectly roasted coffee, delicious cafe-style food and an extensive drinks selection, so no matter your preference you’ll be more than catered for! Located on the corner of Ruthven Street and Alderley Street, reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.
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So, what should you expect to find from this branch of Cafe63? Well first of all, you can expect the same exceptional service as the other Cafe63 locations – chic and funky design with finite attention to detail and a menu brimming with all the cafe classics you know and love. Located in Kearneys Spring not far from the Toowoomba city centre, this spaces makes for the perfect early morning breakfast, relaxing brunch or late lunch with friends. Essentially, anytime of the day is ideal here.
As for the menu, well this is where Cafe63 at The Intersection in Kearneys Spring really comes into its own. For breakfast, tuck into a fully loaded eggs benedict topped with bacon or smoked salmon; the Top Gun of scrambled eggs, grilled tomato, smashed avocado on your choice of toast or perhaps one of the pancake or waffle options will suit just nicely? For lunch, we recommend the JFK burger topped with tempura battered hake, tartare sauce and salad; pork belly smothered in BBQ sauce or grilled barramundi served with vegetables and fries. With so many more delicious things to try, your best bet is to book a spot and head straight to Cafe63 at The Intersection on Ruthven Street, just south of Toowoomba’s city centre – you won’t be disappointed.