Cafe63’s story begins in Brisbane, and with chapters spread up and down the coast you could fairly say it’s a never-ending fairytale. Here, close to home in East Brisbane, Cafe63 offers its signature mix of supreme coffee, food from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, and fresh bunches of fragrant flowers to take home or to your next stop. It’s this combination plus an impeccable sense of hospitality that has kept millions of loyal customers happy, and Cafe 63’s Stanley Street outpost a neighbourhood landmark. Be sure to book a coveted table before you drop by.
They have changed their name and their menu. They no longer have my favourite Stockman's Liver & Bacon. I missed this as it was my favourite. I had a Pork Belly from the menu instead. The Eggs Benedict was fantastic Carolyn said.
Food is always tasty and well priced. Service is always good. Very easy to split the bill.
Wherever Cafe63 finds its feet, including here along East Brisbane’s Stanley Street, the foundation is its coffee, sourced from Brisbane’s very own Di Bella Coffee company, a true local success story and an ethical supplier of the good oil through and through. You have your surefire standards – short black or macchiato, flat whites and lattes – but if you’re feeling a little flowery why not go for the Melbourne Cup frappe? Not a caffeine addict? The Aztec chocolate, Herman the Strong chai or Mt Fuji matcha frappes are fantastic.
Not to be forgotten are Cafe63 Stanley Street’s outstanding breakfasts. Choose your bread and bacon and eggs in six or so styles, eggs benny with all your favourite bits and pieces, omelettes and classics Endeavour – a stack of potato rosti, pork belly cooked in BBQ sauce, poached eggs topped with hollandaise and toast – that are favourites with the really early morning crowd. Early? 5am early, every day of the week. East Brisbane also flocks to Cafe 63 for lunch and dinner. It’s fully licensed, and of course there are fresh flowers on hand – more than just your average local café, Café 63 is a place where wining and dining (and bequeathing a bouquet) is as possible as a casual spot of refreshment on the go.