Euforia Wholefoods

Albany Creek

Euforia Wholefoods is a peaceful gem of a cafe featuring wide verandahs overlooking bushland in Albany Creek.

From the undercover seating, visitors can relax and watch the local birdlife while enjoying a healthy vegan-inspired meal and/or house brewed coffee or fresh smoothie.

Euforia Wholefoods Albany Creek

Nourishing organic snacks and meals are served at Euforia Wholefoods, including raw pad thai salad (zucchini noodles), seasonal green goodness bowls, fluffy pancakes with salted caramel Coyo coconut ice cream (egg free, gluten free), house made felafels and summer curry (sweet potato, cherry tomatos, peppers, brown rice).

Euforia Wholefoods Albany Creek

The refreshing drink menu includes house brewed coffee, organic loose leaf teas, fresh smoothies (classic green, banana, mixed berry, chocolate peanut butter), aloe vera juice, kombucha, and home made sweet treats make the perfect take away accompaniment.

Euforia Wholefoods Albany Creek

In a nutshell: Wholefoods cafe with peaceful bushland views, specialising in raw, vegan and organic breakfast, brunch and lunch.

Need to Know: Parking is available along Dawn Rd.

By Lucy Hordern

Euforia Wholefoods

10 Dawn Rd

Albany Creek

Opening hours

3264 8267

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