About La Bomba Cafe & Tapas Bar

Where the city’s best coffee meets innovative tapas and satisfying breakfasts, La Bomba Cafe & Tapas Bar on Oateson Skyline Drive is a huge hit among local foodies and breakfast fiends. Serving cafe favourites in the morning and afternoon and tapas in the evening hours, this hip hangout is bringing a whole lot of flavour at reasonable prices. Inspired by Spanish and Latin cuisines, La Bomba, located in Brisbane’s Seven Hills will leave you floating on foodie cloud nine. We recommend you reserve a table at this little gem.

Opening Times

Closed now
6:30 am - 12:30 pm
6:30 am - 12:30 pm
6:30 am - 12:30 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
6:30 am - 12:30 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
6:30 am - 12:30 pm
6:30 am - 12:30 pm


La Bomba Cafe & Tapas Bar
2/79 Oateson Skyline Drive, Seven Hills
Brisbane 4170

Menu Highlights



Fennel & Orange Ensalata

Chiffonnade fennel with orange slithers, garden peas, Spanish onions & parsley

Buffalo Chicken Wings

Tangy double cooked Tex-Mex wings with blue cheese sauce and lemon

Pork Cerdo con Sobrasada

Scallops on pork belly with Sobrasada sausage, fresh herb salad & chili lime butter


Bocadillio de Buey

Slow roasted ximenez sherry beef ribs in fresh warm bun with lettuce, fire roasted capsicum & garlic aioli


Crispy fried tortilla stuffed with chipotle chicken and pinto bean filling served with sour cream, tomato salsa, guacamole and coriander

Puplo con Chorizo

Grilled octopus and smokey chorizo with lime, mint, parsley and fresh cherry tomato


Avocado Bruschetta & Danish Feta

With tomato, shallots, dill, chives, EVOO, aged balsamic & lemon

Mexican Scrambled Eggs

With dried avocado, tomato, shallots & coriander plus salsa and sour cream

El Salvador

Black pudding, glazed Roma tomato's, bacon, H/M baked beans and fried egg

More about La Bomba Cafe & Tapas Bar, Seven Hills

For exceptional Spanish and Latin inspired breakfasts and tapas, Brisbane’s La Bomba Cafe & Tapas Bar really stands out from the crowd. Located in Seven Hills along Oateson Skyline Drive, this local favourite is raising the bar for fresh and creative tapas and is fast becoming the talk of the town. Brisbane’s culinary culture has really taken off in the last few years and La Bomba is another fine example of why. Open for breakfast right through until the evening, La Bomba caters for all Spanish cravings and desires.

Stop by Brisbane’s La Bomba in the morning and try the crushed avo on toast with lemon cracked pepper, the slow-roasted barbecue pork belly, the eggs Benedict or the El Salvador – a spread of roma tomatoes, black pudding, bacon, baked beans and a fried egg. Or, stop by in the evening and indulge in garlic & parsley crispy fried squid, chimichangas, the La Bomba nachos or some buffalo chicken wings with blue cheese sauce and lemon. No matter what it is you’re craving, this Seven Hills spot has you covered. Reserve a table in advance

16 La Bomba Cafe & Tapas Bar Reviews

16 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Great value
Noise levels:Pleasant
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Declan C.10 months ago · 5 reviews

Great value for money. Serving fantastic tasting dishes tapas style. Recommend this place to those that have yet to take the opportunity to experience the cuisine.

Declan C.10 months ago · 5 reviews

We had a great experience with our Sat night dinner for two, at this little surburbian La Bomba restaurant. A diverse range of tapas dishes is available to suit most palates. Went with recommendations of Buffalo Wings, Calamari and Fish Tacos and finished with a dessert of Churros & Vanilla bean ice cream. All the dishes were cooked to perfection and absolutely dishes and of top quality. Service was excellent and food arrived promptly. For the quality of food, it was great value for money.

Nicola Y.a year ago · 1 review

The food was absolutely fantastic - we had the meatballs which were amazing, calamari, anchovies (great) and patatas bravas.The owner was very hospitable, loved it!

Steph C.a year ago · 1 review

Great service, great food! Really enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and would recommend for a lovely Saturday or Sunday morning catch up with friends or family.

emma a.2 years ago · 1 review

First time visiting this local restaurant, and we really enjoyed the Friday Night Tapas. Extensive list of options, with the standouts for me being the tempura prawn tacos - the perfect balance of flavours and texture. Also couldn't go past the baked mushrooms. Each plate was obviously expertly thought out. The herbs and sauces/salsas were fresh and entirely appropriate to each plate. The service was attentive and friendly. I'd love some dimmer lighting though - I thought is was a bit bright for an end of week tapas dinner. Excellent experience, we'll definitely be back!

Ronda R.2 years ago · 1 review

Went to check out La Bomba's Wednesday steak night which at $15 for a largish piece of Wagyu rump with chips and salad was good value. Optional sauces are $2 each. Our pack of carnivores enjoyed their meal and the cafe provides a much better atmosphere and service than your average pub.

Andrew M.2 years ago · 1 review

We enjoyed a great dinner experience at La Bomba. We ordered meals from the new winter menu which we hadn't tried before and were very pleased with the result. Friendly and efficient service was also experienced that night.

James O.a year ago · 1 review

The food was excellent. A good menu with a good variety of options. The chicken tacos are wonderful with the crunch of the fresh vegetables. The pea purée for the salmon was unctuous with layers of flavour.

michael o.a year ago · 1 review

Staff and food were exemplary. I have long wanted to have tapas here on a Friday evening and I will be back. It was everything and more than I expected.

Craig B.2 years ago · 1 review

Great food, simple meals but done well. Friendly service, have already been back for their "Parmy Night". The location is ideal - just a short walk from home.