The Best Brunch Spots In Brisbane's West End, Australia

Alex MacKay

Brunch is here to stay. From eggs Benedict to Turkish toast, there’s a cafe somewhere in Brisbane to tantalize every taste. Here are the best brunch spots in the West End precinct of Brisbane which are revolutionizing the look of our brunch plates.

West End at dusk

1. Tazza Coffee

Cafe, Australian, Tea , Vegetarian

Valley sunrise
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A newcomer among the brunch doyennes of the West End, Tazza Coffee occupies the space previously belonging to Cup Coffee. Before you mourn the loss of another outstanding single-origin espresso brewer in the city, be aware that this new hip and trendy cafe is equally invested in the art of great coffee brewing. They have the sophisticated equipment to prove it. Foodies will be just as enamored with the economically friendly brunch menu and perhaps overtly partial to the sautéed mushrooms and poached eggs with avocado and feta mash and asparagus.

2. Sol Breads

Bakery, Pastry Shop, Australian, Pastries, Dessert

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Sol Breads are here to spread the message that carbohydrates are our friends. To that end, their bakery is entirely dedicated to creating delicious whole food ingredient breads and spurning the use of chemical agents and additives. The West End outpost is well worth a morning visit on account of its expertly crafted classic pastries that guarantee a satisfying continental breakfast: croissants, chunky fruit toasts, frittatas and muffins. What’s more, the carb focus of the menu means that Sol Breads is a welcome option for vegetarian and vegan brunchers.

3. Five Sisters Art House Coffee

Bar, Cafe, Greek, Australian, Tea , Vegetarian

Tucked away between the South Bank and the West End in a heritage-listed building is Five Sisters Art House Coffee. This place is a Greek cuisine-indebted brunch hangout. Aside from the classics, pulled off expertly – eggs Benedict, bircher muesli with fresh fruit, avocado on sourdough and the big cooked breakfast – you’ll find a selection of sweet and savory Greek treats. These include the Greek omelet with halloumi, feta, bacon and tomato. The piece de resistance is that Five Sisters serves locally roasted organic and fair-trade coffee, accompanied by baked goodies and baklava. A welcoming West End institution that is a calming respite on the Autumn weekends.

Wrapture

If classic brunch offerings are a little too generic for you, then take your tastebuds to the other side of the world with Wrapture’s Middle Eastern-flavored wraps. Gorge on chicken and lamb kofta wraps, ranging from the delicate to the fiery-spiced. Vegan and vegetarian diners can take on the falloumi wrap (yes, that’s falafel and halloumi). Complement your brekkie wrap with a spiced coffee, organic cola or chai iced chocolate to set up your morning and keep you buzzing until lunch o’clock.

71 Russell Street, West End QLD, Australia, +61 7 3844 4444

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