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Best Breakfast in Brisbane: Brunch Bites Worth Getting Out of Bed for

Whether you're after somewhere trendy and upmarket, or low key and relaxed, there's plenty of cafes in Brisbane serving breakfast just the way you like it. These are the best breakfasts in Brisbane we are keen to try!

Cups and Wells
Cups and Wells

Is it your turn to choose a cafe for your next brekkie date? Whether you're after somewhere trendy and upmarket or low key and relaxed, there's plenty of cafes in Brisbane serving breakfast just the way you like it. So, take a look at our round-up of the best breakfasts in Brisbane and start planning your next breakfast catch up.  

Plentiful

This trendy eatery in Graceville has an all-day menu that is full of mouth-watering options. The café is bright, cheery, and busy most weekends, so booking is essential.

Sitchu Pick: Nashi Granola- poached, plum infused Nashi pear, with housemade granola and coconut yoghurt.

 2/7 Park Terrace, Graceville 

Little Dreamer Cafe

One of the cutest cafes in Calamvale has to be Little Dreamer Cafe. The pastel-coloured décor and fresh flowers scattered around the caf make it one of the most Insta-worthy venues in Brisbane.

Sitchu Pick: Signature red velvet pancakes

3/51 Kameruka Street, Calamvale

Denim and Co

Denim and Co are serving up some of the best breakfast in Brisbane. Located in South Bank's buzzy Little Stanley Street, the breakfast here is worth getting out of bed for.

Sitchu Pick: Canadian Waffles- waffles with double smoked bacon, roasted walnuts and maple syrup.

9A Little Stanley Street, South Brisbane

Yolk

Dishing up one of the best breakfasts in Brisbane, Yolk has perfected the bacon and egg roll. Located in Newstead, this hip eatery is the sister venue to Morning After Cafe (another one of the best breakfasts in Brisbane) and pingpong.

Sitchu Pick: The Classic Bacon and Egg Roll.

76 Skyring Terrace, Newstead

Cups & Wells

If the all-day breakfast menu isn't enough to convince you to go to Cups & Wells then the freshly brewed coffee might just be. With one of the best breakfasts in Brisbane, a visit to this cafe is the perfect weekend activity.

Sitchu Pick: Corn-Spinach Fritter- housemade corn-spinach fritters, salsa verde, smashed avocado, charred lemon and roasted cherry tomatoes, with your choice of smoky bacon or halloumi.

230 Lillian Avenue, Salisbury

Coco Bliss Collective

Masters of the acai bowl, Coco Bliss Collective have all your healthy breakfast needs covered. Their range of sweet and wholesome bowls means there's always something yummy to dip your spoon into.

Sitchu Pick: Sesame Miso Bowl- Asian slaw, tofu, tomato, boiled egg, seaweed, and pickled ginger with miso sesame dressing.

1/210 Oxford Street, Bulimba

Naim Paddington

In the mood for Middle Eastern fare? Naim is the place to go. Their delicate plating and colourful ingredients means that every dish is bound to impress.

Sitchu Pick: Smashed Avo Toast- avocado, pistachio dukkah, marinated feta, pomegranate gel, poached eggs on Turkish bread.

14 Collingwood Street, Paddington

Loving our pick of the best breakfast in Brisbane and looking for more foodie inspo? Be sure to book your next coffee date at these cafés and check out the best restaurants in Brisbane.