Have you ever walked past an establishment with black and white stripes somewhere in Yeronga? That establishment is Café 63. And you can’t just walk past it because you’ll probably be lured in by the sweet smell of breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s surprising (not to mention amazing!) how this black and white food hub can serve delicacies that are good enough to colour one’s appetite.
Located in 19 Orontes Road, Yeronga’s Café 63 is a not-so-secret spot conveniently tucked away in the back streets of the suburb. It’s just one of the few hubs in the area that has easily become a favourite among the locals. Why? They’ve got great coffee, yummy food, friendly service, and a brilliant atmosphere. What else? There’s an adorable park outside for your al fresco dining view, that’s what!
This famous black and white beauty of a café boasts a rather extensive and colourful menu. You’ll find food items on their menu have their own catchy names. Thinking about what’s behind the interesting and witty names is just as much fun as figuring out what to eat. Quite an effective strategy to catch people’s attention and whet their appetites.
Some of the café’s patron-recommended items are the Alpha, Baroona, Brunswick 9, Coronation 9, Fire Station, Leaning Tower, Liz Hurley, McLaren, Romney Marsh, and Sir Don. They offer all-day breakfast items, along with hearty options for lunch and dinner. Their menu is so extensive that even the most picky diner is guaranteed to find something that they will want to try.
For coffeeholics, the café serves delicious cups of Di Bella Coffee, which can be served flat white or any other way that suits you. The coffee at Yeronga’s Café 63 is sure to wake you up at any time. On the other hand, if you’re not much of a coffee lover, the hub also has a juice bar that serves refreshing fruity concoctions.
Dine with Flowers
This adorable food hub also sells enticing bouquets of flowers for all occasions. As if the tempting aroma of coffee and the appetising smell of delicious meals aren’t enough to lure you in, the fragrance of flowers will definitely put you in some sort of spell. You can choose to dine with the flowers or you can grab one along with your takeaway food. That fresh bunch really does make a difference!
“Really reasonably priced food with big servings. Lots of variety so excellent for families. Lovely staff and good atmosphere. Good for big families.” [ Clare Foran, visitor review ]
“Great local cafe – big menu with lots of comfort food, friendly staff and even bunches of flowers on sale!” [ Lamorna Pukepuke Ahitapu Rogers, visitor review ]
The café opens seven days a week with varying times. They’re available from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on weekends and on Mondays to Wednesdays. For Thursdays and Fridays, they open at 6:00 a.m. with the closing time at 9:00 p.m. Their breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, and drinks specials are available for reservations, caterings, walk-ins, and takeaways.
Established less than seven years ago, Café 63 has rapidly grown to be among Brisbane’s most popular cafés. They now reportedly serve an approximate total of 2,000,000 customers each year. They are so well-appreciated by many that, apart from their Yeronga hub, they can also be found in several other locations in Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast, and Toowoomba. For bookings, reservations, or inquiries, you may contact them via Facebook or call them on (+61) 7 3848 2657 or (+61) 1300 636 300. You may also send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.