10 of Your Favourite Sunshine Coast Breakfast Spots

December 2, 2018

10 of Your Favourite Sunshine Coast Breakfast Spots

There is no shortage of amazing Sunshine Coast breakfast spots. Whether you’re after a coffee, a smashed avo’, or the full-blown eggs benny, the Coast has you covered.
We asked, and you answered… Here are 10 of your favourite Sunshine Coast breakfast eats:

Kimnat Little Market and Cafe in Woombye

Go for the food… And stay for the colourful experience. There is so much to explore at Kimnat Cafe in Woombye. Perch yourself on their sunny verandah and soak in the small town feel of Woombye. Apart from the amazing coffee, delicious food, and the gluten free and vegan options on the menum Kimnat has an impressive display of gifts and homewares for you to peruse. It’s a complete coffee and shopping experience.

 

One Block Back in caloundra

One Block Back is full of life, energy and great food. Created as a relaxing place for people to reconnect with one another in beautiful surroundings. Whether you’re meeting with a friend, catching up on study, or living the laptop-lifestyle, you will always feel welcome at One Block Back. There are plenty of healthy options on the menu including vegan smoothies and healthy bowls. Or you could always indulge in one of their famous raw desserts. Yum!

 

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Monicas Cafe in Maleny

Take a Sunday drive to Maleny and visit Monicas Cafe. Think indoor plants and comfy brown leather couches for their all day breakfast and lunch menu. That’s right, all day breakfast menu! Delicious fair-trade coffee and scrumptious food focusing on local and organic produce will have you house hunting in the Hinterland. For a totally instagramable meal head to Monicas of Maleny. Open 7 days.

 

The Shak Organic Cafe in Buderim

The Shak Organic Cafe is a humble little cafe in the main street of Buderim serving up seriously good food. Sit and watch the world go by on top of Buderim mountain any day of the week. The Shak pride themselves on growing and sourcing fresh local produce and bringing it straight to your plate (with love). It’s easy to see why they are such a favourite with the locals.

 

Backstreet Cafe in Buderim

As the name suggests, this local cafe is tucked away in the backstreets between Buderim and Maroochydore and is a very popular Sunshine Coast breakfast spot. A welcoming place to grab your morning coffee and smashed avo (amazing) and relax at a table in their shaded courtyard. Plus, your fourlegged furry friend is welcome here too.

 

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Velo Project in Mooloolaba

Known for it’s creative flair and artisan feel, Velo Project in Mooloolaba is a very popular Sunshine Coast breakfast spot. Quirky cups and cutlery along with their mouth-watering menu and on-point coffee, Velo is a go-to for catch ups, meetings and weekend hangs. Also child-friendly with a play area out the back, it’s perfect to bring your little ones. Tucked away in the backstreets of Mooloolaba, it’s in close proximity to the beach for an after brekkie salt-water dip.

 

Two Point Oh In maroochydore

Love brunch? You will love Two Point Oh; a progressive vegetarian brunch bar and restaurant in Maroochydore. Full of passion and colourful dishes, Two Point Oh is a place for coffee catch ups, brunch dates, gatherings and social events. And their latte art, and fairy-flossed dishes will have you reaching for your phone for an insta-worthy snap.

 

Homegrown Cafe in Palmwoods

It seems the locals are loving the seasonal eats and house roasted coffee at Homegrown Cafe in Palmwoods after recently being awarded a bronze medal in the Golden Bean Awards for their much loved Homegrown cafe blend. Supporting the local growers, makers and bakers of the Sunshine Coast, there is a lot of love that goes into these dishes. Have your breakfast… And stay for the cake in the sunny garden area.

 

Little Boat Espresso in marcoola

If you can’t quite make it out of bed early enough for breakfast, head to Little Boat Espresso for brunch. They call themselves brunch specialists and for good reason. You will stop for coffee and end up staying for the food (that tastes as great as it looks). Seasonal food with a whole lot-of-love, check out Little Boat Espresso in the seaside town of Marcoola.

 

Nambour Social in nambour

Do you know what pairs well with a slow weekend morning? Delicious breakfast and locally roasted coffee from Nambour Social, that’s what! Something for every tastebud, with an array of gluten free, dairy free and vegan options available too! Eat, drink, and socialise. That’s what Nambour Social is all about.

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