My Little Coffee Shop


Pull up a stool and watch Aspley wander by at My Little Coffee Shop. There are a selection of outdoor tables at this hidden cafe, making it a handy spot to stop in for a morning coffee, especially when accompanied by four-legged friends.

Indoors, there are comfortable lounges and benches from which to enjoy a morning treat or read the latest magazines/papers. This laid back cafe have also kindly included puzzles and games to keep smaller children amused.

My Little Coffee Shop Aspley

My Little Coffee Shop serves Caffe Aurora coffee, tea, milkshakes and juices for the little ones. While on the food menu are a range of fresh Turskish toasties, healthy frittatas, cakes, biscuits and home baked muffins.

My Little Coffee Shop Aspley

Nice to know: There is a small car park located directly in front of My Little Coffee Shop, which is also accessible from Helena Street.

My Little Coffee Shop Aspley

In a nutshell: Cute, homely cafe with dog-friendly outdoor seating behind a white picket fence.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in March 2017.

By Lucy Hordern

My Little Coffee Shop

613 Robinson Rd


Mon-Fri 6-12*

Sat 7-12*


613 Robinson Rd Aspley

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