With a ‘hip’ cafe on almost every corner in this neighborhood, Biet, with its unpretentious interior, feels more like rocking up at your friend’s house for good coffee than a cafe.
Wander through Fortitude Valley, Brisbane for more than a couple of blocks and you’ll start to notice something. While the streets are lined with boutiques and bars, there is something else lining the streets. The faces and stories of those experiencing homelessness. However, the Fortitude Valley is now home to a cafe working hard to…
Sometimes the unexpected reminds us of what we already know.
Not the most original heading, I know! However, this blog is all about coffee and I haven’t had enough of it today to be original. My moments with coffee are plentiful. It’s hard to narrow them down into a selection of musing. However, I’m going to go with plugging a local franchise I both frequent…
Gluten Free with a smile, views and glorious food.
Brisbane’s trendy West End still reigns as the go to place for hip food joints and amazing coffee. Follow your bliss to Miss Bliss Wholefood’s kitchen where you can indulge in the most decadent of pleasures without any guilt.
What was my most exceptional café experience? Sure, I remember it like it was yesterday. It was late one Sunday morning and my hoomans were hungry for their morning din dins at their new favourite cafe, Fuel & Co.
Residing in the heart of Fortitude Valley, on Brunswick Street, is Ltd espresso + brew bar. A mecca for lovers of coffee and a sanctuary for those who love espresso but have been burnt before. You know who you are.
Introducing the rainbow coffee! A coffee so gorgeous, that we can’t bring ourselves to take the first sip and ruin the latte art.
Walking through the gates of The Grounds of Alexandria for the first time, it would be impossible not to be overwhelmed and torn between the smells, the colours and the surrounds. I had heard about this place from friends and colleagues but those words didn’t do it justice, as I’m sure mine won’t do either. Rows of…
When I head out to my favourite Albany eatery Phillips Brook, it’s not the food I look forward to most, even though it’s delicious.