Racecourse Road in Hamilton, the lovely little suburb of Brisbane, certainly isn’t short of a cafe or two, but none cut the mustard quite as well as Cafe63. This family of cafe restaurants, as you may well know already, operates right across Brisbane and beyond and they’re specialists not only in aromatic coffee and beautiful food, but in selling fresh flowers and decorating their dining spaces with them too. Quite the combination, we’re sure you’ll agree, but the success and popularity of Cafe63 is due also to a level of service and personalisation that you simply don’t get anywhere else: creative baristas, talented chefs and waiters who actually care.
The food and staff were great, but we pre-booked a table knowing you are busy on weekends and were disappointed to be seated around the corner in the alley way. It was like a wind tunnel and freezing cold as the heaters provided blew out due to the wind so were no help at all. Family visiting were horrified we were eating on a table outside a gym and where they could smell the bins in the nearby carpark.
Best value for money going around. It’s my local go to place anytime during the day
This cafe always maintains a consistently good standard. It has a good menu and serves up good coffee.
Every year the collective brilliance of Cafe63 serves 2 million people across Brisbane and further afield. These lucky folk are served one at a time with such attention to detail that every one of the 2 million returns for more, again and again. Cafe63, particularly this one on bustling Racecourse Road in Hamilton, is all about the full cafe experience: atmosphere, aesthetic, smells, sounds, outstanding Di Bella coffee, fresh flowers and even fresher food are all the name of the game, as well as service that’s always on point. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, hungry folk of Brisbane get to enjoy Cafe63 around the clock.
The menus here on Racecourse Road change according to season, but at the time of writing, Hamilton coffee heads had pancakes, waffles, French toast and eggs and bacon all kinds of ways to look forward to for breakfast, as well as plenty of cafe and local favourites (many gluten-free) for lunch and dinner. One autumn special that we were particularly fond of was Romney Marsh, 200g of slow cooked lamb shoulder with rustic fries, grilled mushrooms, gravy and seasonal veggies. Very good stuff, we assure you.