Doc Brown Café

West End

Doc Brown Cafe in West End is inspired by all-time classic film, Back to the Future, with its imaginative menu and movie memorabilia.

The quirky corner café has bench seating out the front and dining tables inside, ideal for your morning coffee on-the-go or your weekend breakfast pit stop. The café is abundant with movie memorabilia, such as posters and even a hover board – the décor is hardly boring.

The all-day breaky and lunch menu features a range of takeaway snacks as well as some bespoke and delicious dine-in options, such as kim cheese toasties, breakfast burritos and bowls. The Breakfast Bowl is a popular choice at Doc Brown, overflowing with both sweet and savoury ingredients.

Takeaway goodies adorn the counter top, such as freshly baked croissants and homemade wraps.

Whilst coffee is naturally their forte, Doc Brown also serves delicious cold drinks such as their banana, strawberry and apple frappe.

Need to know – Takeaway is available. Street parking is available.

Nice to know – Dogs are welcome. Owner, Christian was the owner of popular Woollongabba cafe, Brown Dog.

By Zoe Kirby

17/10 Buchanan Street

West End

Opening hours

3160 4026

Map

10 Buchanan Street

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