About Salt Food Wine Coffee
About the restaurant
A local fixture in the Rosalie Village neighbourhood of Paddington, Salt Food Wine Coffee offers a comprehensive food and drink experience, as the name of the cafe and restaurant suggests. Found on Nash Street between Elizabeth Street and Baroona Road, many make the cafe arm of Salt their daily morning destination, with great coffee, big breakfasts and speedy service perfect for the wind up to a busy day. Come the weekend, this Brisbane cafe is packed – if you want to while away a Saturday or Sunday over brunch then get your booking in early. Later on in the day Salt’s Mediterranean and Italian character comes to the fore, with a selection of tapas (the coconut prawns with wasabi aioli are fantastic), salads, pasta, risotto and gnocchi, grilled and oven-baked meat dishes and a generous deluxe tasting plate taking centre stage.
A regular fixture with the Brisbane foodie community, Salt Food Wine Coffee is, in a way, split down the middle. Bustling cafe by day, and inviting candlelit restaurant by night, the well-crafted menus, warm atmosphere and stylish decor making Salt Food Wine Coffee one of the best spots in town. Located in the heart of Rosalie, just down from Paddington, this Italian-inspired space is centred around simple, yet delicious food made with only the best ingredients on offer.
If you’re a brunch-lover, join the endless stream of folks rolling into Salt Food Wine Coffee’s doors from the early hours. Opt for a plate of their provincial scrambled eggs, with roast tomatoes, relish and Turkish toast, or go for a hearty stack of crispy chickpea patties, grilled halloumi and dukkah poached eggs alongside your fresh morning brew. If you’re visiting Salt Food Wine Coffee for a lunch or dinner treat, the tapas and pasta dishes on offer showcase the very best of Italian and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, that’s for sure. Located in Nash Street, this Rosalie restaurant is up there with the best in Brisbane, so treat your tastebuds and pay them a visit!