George Street's 'Java Coast' sits neatly in the heart of the Brisbane CBD, surrounded by dense traffic, rushed sidewalks and busy cafe's. From the outset it seems that 'Java' is no different, however after taking a wander into its leafy back area you'll feel like you're anywhere but the city.
Serving a delicious range of coffee and cafe foods (including many vegetarian alternatives), 'Java' is the perfect place to get away from it all. Child menu available, alcohol is BYO.
It may appear like any other tiny coffee joint in the CBD but head down the stone pathway of Java Coast and it leads to a beautiful leafy tea garden out the back. With a rustic themed decor you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or a simple coffee under a tree canopy in the city. Heaven. On her last tour of Australia pop singer Lily Allen Tweeted how much she enjoyed her Java Coast ...read more
- Indoor Dining
- Outdoor Seating
- Wheel Chair Access
- Mains under $20
- Family Friendly
My hotel was just across the road from this place, and after a couple of rather disappointing offerings in the breakfast department I decided that I would give this place a go. From the outside it didn't look all that large, but it did appear to be one of those organic coffee places. However, I did notice that you could go down the side to a garden, and when I went down there to wait for my breakfast I must admit that this was really, really, impressive. It certainly wasn't the most expensive of breakfasts I have had, but it was a great value for money. They were even quite prompt in bringing it out to me. When I first stepped in there I thought that maybe the selection wasn't that large, until it was explained that they were just the specials, and that there were quite a few other offerings on top of that. If I lived and worked in Brisbane then this place would certainly become a regular place to visit.