No 7 Coffee

Moorooka

No 7 Coffee is a tiny laneway café hidden down Moorvale Lane in Moorooka, serving No 7 signature coffee with a side of jazz music.

Little tables line Moorvale Lane (off Beaudesert Rd) in front of this hidden gem, with a few more seats inside. The coffee on pour is a boutique blend of Latin American and African beans exclusive to No 7. 

No 7 Coffee Moorooka

Besides coffee, there are Totally Tea organic teas, 100% Colombian hot chocolate and undoubtedly, one of Brisbane’s best chai teas – made traditionally on the stove top while you wait, and served with freshly ground spices.

No 7 Coffee Moorooka

There’s a small selection of locally-sourced sweet and savoury treats on offer such a danishes, quiches and samosas.

Nice to know – *Every Friday evening, between 5:30 and 8pm, the laneway comes to life with local musos for Melodies in Moorvale Lane. Hosted by No 7, customers can enjoy live music, non-alcoholic drinks and delicious Indian fare prepared by Indian-born café owner, Sumit. The menu changes often but you can expect classic curries, like slow-cooked goat curry served with rice and raita, chicken tikka served with Afghan naan or chickpea curry with samosa.

By Deb Lidster

No & Coffee

Moorvale Lane

183 Beaudesert Rd

Moorooka 

Opening hours*

0431 141 151

Map

Moorvale Lane Moorooka

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