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About Ed on Edward Cafe
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Ed Cafe Brisbane CBD, or Ed on Edward as it is known by many, brings a chill vibe to Brisbane’s city centre. Every time you sit down to a flat white and a plate of eggs on sourdough at Ed Cafe, you could be forgiven for thinking you’re in a neighbourhood eatery mere metres away from home. Believe us when we say that the team behind this Edward Street cafe have managed to create an ambience that is so relaxed you’ll wish you can stay there all day! Open Monday to Friday with coffee and brunch from 7am until 3.30pm, advance booking is recommended at this sought-after spot.
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Did someone say all-day brunch?! Ed Cafe is in the middle of Edward Street in Brisbane CBD. That said, however, the calm atmosphere inside this popular Brisbane cafe will soothe your soul as you caffeinate and rehydrate, while fuelling up on hearty plates of nourishing grub. Early mornings are a delight at Ed Cafe because you can get your coffee order handed out through the window of this Brisbane CBD spot from 6.30am to 7am. Then, from 7am Monday to Friday it’s business as usual as the skilled team working at Ed Cafe serve up all manner of delicious dishes.
But what exactly is on the menu? Well, Brisbane foodies will be delighted to discover a whole host of menu items on offer at this cafe ranging from the holier-than-thou healthy to the downright decadent. The clean eating brigade will love the organic acai bowl topped with seasonal fruit, granola clusters and toasted coconut as well as the dukkah and tahini crusted salmon fillet with puy lentil and quinoa salad, smoked cherry tomatoes, leafy greens and preserved lemon. If you’re looking for something a little bit different at Ed Cafe why not opt for dishes such as the rib fillet steak on a toasted baguette, with cheddar, rocket, romesco and shoestring fries or the halloumi stack with organic sourdough bread, shortcut bacon, halloumi, spinach, smoked cherry tomatoes, romesco, dukkah and a free-range poached egg. As you can see they don’t do things by halves at Ed Cafe Brisbane CBD so reserve your table now!