Sendok Garpu at Coopers Plains. Photo: Must Do BrisbaneSome Brisbane suburbs that you have possibly never heard of are home to some hidden gems you probably didn’t know about.
Here’s a hit list of 12 of these lesser known residential and semi-industrial Brisbane suburbs and their surprising foodie and shopping secrets that are worth checking out.
Jamboree Heights – Madders Brother Patisserie
Madders Brothers Patisserie at Jamboree Heights. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Hidden in the sleepy west suburban suburb of Jamboree Heights is one of Brisbane’s best patisseries – Madders Brothers Patisserie – where edible artistry is created by 2 accomplished pastry chefs…more
Pinkenba – The Brisbane Portuguese Club
Brisbane Portuguese Club at Pinkenba. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
The north east outpost with just 350 residents and surrounded by industrial land, is home to The Portuguese Club, the only place in Brisbane where you can get a feed of traditional Portuguese food…more
Geebung – Nutri Hitt & Bite My Biscuit
Nutri Hitt and Bite My Biscuit at Geebung. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
There’s 2 good reasons to visit the northern suburb named after the Geebung tree – Brisbane’s only raw cake shop Nutri Hitt and Brisbane’s best biscuit bakery Bite My Biscuit both live here…more
Robertson – Secret Trees Coffee
Secret Trees at Robertson. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
The suburb that only those who live there know of, whose well-known neighbour is Sunnybank, has Secret Trees, Brisbane’s most intriguing coffee & dessert shop serving fairyfloss coffee…more
Archerfield – La Cocina de Don Panchito
La Cocina de Don Panchito at Archerfield. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Hidden away in a suburban backyard in this outlying south west airport suburb is Brisbane’s only Peruvian ‘restaurant’ La Cocina, which opens on regular occasions to the public for traditional feasts…more
Mt Glorious – Olleys in the Rainforest
Olleys in the Rainforest at Mt Glorious. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Mt Glorious is not just a popular destination with day tripping and weekend bushwalkers but it also has Olleys in the Rainforest, a quaint bush garden tea room that serves Asian high teas…more
Port of Brisbane – Observation Cafe
Observation Cafe at the Port of Brisbane. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Only workers at this bayside cargo port know about the hidden gem in their midst – the space age style Observation Café with its wraparound deck and stunning views across Moreton Bay…more
Anstead – Hawkes and Crosby
Hawkes and Crosby at Anstead. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Hawkes and Crosby, the best country style foodie’s café within half an hour from the CBD can be found opposite horse paddocks and backing onto bus reserve in semi-rural western suburb Anstead…more
Oxley – Relove Inc
Relove Inc at Oxley. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
In an old Oxley industrial shed, Relove Inc is an absolute treasure trove of funky vintage, retro and pre-loved furniture, wares, bric-a-brac, and collectibles with in-house coffee lounge…more
Coopers Plains – Sendok Garpu
Sendok Garpu at Coopers Plains. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Tucked away in an industrial estate, on weekends the centre canteen transforms into Warung Sendok Garpu, a bustling hub of fantastic traditional Indonesian food and activity…more
Banyo – Putia Pure Food Kitchen & All Inn Brewing Co
Putia Pure Food Kitchen at Banyo. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
The pocket-sized semi-industrial northern suburb has two top secret reasons to visit: Renowned foodie Dominique Rizzo’s café Putia Pure Food Kitchen and the All Inn Brewing Company’s bar…more
Sinnamon Park – K&K Austrian Coffee House
K & K Austrian Coffee House. Photo: Must Do Brisbane
Sequestered away on the edge of this outer suburb is Brisbane’s only Austrian café and bar: K&K Austrian Coffee House, serving hearty meals, traditional sweets, Austrian beer and wine…more
This article first appeared on Must Do Brisbane.
Want more stories like this? Follow our Facebook feed.
This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.