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Fresh flowers, fresh Di Bella coffee, fresh local ingredients built into the freshest breakfasts, lunches, dinners and bits in between. Cafe63, as a café-restaurant concept, has run amok in Brisbane and beyond, yet each branch of the family tree feels like a home and truly at home in whichever neighbourhood it puts down roots. Here in the Stafford City Shopping Centre, along Stafford Road, Cafe63 provides welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of a busy shopping precinct. And you’d better believe this popular spot is best approached armed with a reservation.
Fast, friendly and efficient service, coupled with good value and yummy food.
Lovely meal and friendly fast service. Nice flowers and take away coffee.
Restaurant is a little noisy. Sat near the coffee making area which was very noisy at times.
Cafe63’s breakfast menu is legendary across Brisbane. Add to this the fact that Cafe63’s many cafe-restaurant outlets have a near-universal policy of opening their doors at the crack of dawn to serve the properly early birds (5:30am here in Stafford), and you’ve got a first-rate selection of first-thing-in-the-morning food and drink – and coffee, lest we forget – that has to be seen, smelled, eaten and sipped to be believed. And, as if the Compton’s peak stack of toasted Turkish bread with bacon, eggs and more, washed down with a Jackie Chan fruit frappe with orange, apple and mango – deep breath – weren’t enough: you can pick up a bunch of fresh flowers to further freshen your day long after you’ve left.
Cafe63’s Stafford City Shopping Centre keeps it as seasonal as all the popular Brisbane café-restaurant outlets do. At the time of writing, Cafe63 Stafford was serving up its autumn favourites and specials. Although we do make a regular habit of it in real life, we don’t want to dwell on breakfast too much here. So, to lunch: try the Border Leicester. This local favourite is a wrap of slow-cooked lamb shoulder with spicy mayo, green leaves, slaw, tomato, feta and Greek yoghurt sprinkled with roasted macadamias. Sound tempting? Book a table at Cafe63’s Stafford Road location, in the shopping centre, and find out why Cafe63 is synonymous with quality café fare in Brisbane.