Best breakfasts for bike riders - Visit Brisbane


Brisbane's best breakfast spots for bike riders

10 September 2015

After an early-morning cycle, nothing beats a top-notch coffee and well-earned brunch. Whether you’re looking for some protein-rich poached eggs, or to treat yourself to a pancake stack, we’ve hand-picked our favourite post-ride spots to refuel and revive. 

Breakfast at Campos Coffee

Sourced Grocer, Teneriffe – Operating as a cafe and gourmet deli, Sourced Grocer serves up locally sourced organic treats. Try the bircher with Barambah yoghurt and Bee One Third honeycomb. 

Campos Coffee, Fortitude Valley – The coffee is good, and so is the food. This cafe is tucked behind the roastery off Wandoo St. The menu changes monthly.

Little Loco, New Farm – If you’ve got an intolerance, Little Loco will sort you out with vegan, vegetarian and paleo-inspired options. The ricotta hotcakes are beyond fluffy.

Plenty, West End – with a focus on locally grown food, this breakfast hotspot sources its produce from regional farmers. The constantly changing menu features a Middle-Eastern twist.

PawPaw, Woolloongabba – with its inventive brunch menu and mouth-watering juices, this Brisbane favourite is sure to impress. Try the breakfast burrito!

Jacu Espresso, Camp Hill – you’ll find moreish but affordable breakfasts and specialty coffee at this southside brunch spot. Try the beetroot-cured salmon.

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