Scatter Bean

Taringa

Great coffee, home made avocado ice-cream and the chance to spin your own vinyl make Scatter Bean the perfect whistle stop on the Taringa City line.

Scatter Bean shop front in Taringa Brisbane

Scatter Bean is a picture book cute cafe found in one of the old colonial shops by Taringa Station. Train commuters and locals alike pop in to this sunny little corner for a fix of well brewed Mambo coffee, milkshake or Tielke tea, organic/fresh-baked treats (including shortbreads from Bite My Biscuit) and to choose and play a record on the vintage stereogram.

Avocado ice cream served in coffee cup by Scatter Bean Taringa

Owner Erin has decked out the old store with a mix of retro and upcycled furniture, filled some drawers with table games and playing cards and added memories of her own childhood: her Dad’s favourite surfing album, her Mum’s delicious avo ice-cream in the fridge and pictures of Dick and Dora, Nip and Fluff on the walls, and in the process made a kind of home away from home.

Vintage turn table and records inside Scatter Bean Taringa

Need to know: Erin is awaiting a food licence but meantime the home made avo ice-cream looks to be the hit of the summer. 

Scatter Bean

7 Princess St

Taringa

Mon-Fri 6-2

Sat-Sun 6-3

0439 746 177

Map

7 Princess St Taringa

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