Eightysix Cafe

Rosalie

Eightysix Café in Rosalie is a cute hole-in-the-wall cafe with a traditional Vietnamese flavour, attached to neighbouring Japanese restaurant Moga.

Here, customers can takeaway or sit al fresco under the awnings and enjoy one of Brisbane’s best banh mi (chicken or pork) with a hot or iced authentic Vietnamese coffee.

Eightysix Café Rosalie

Also on offer are sweet baked treats such as chocolate caramel brownies, banana bread and carrot cake or a wrap, a croissant (plain, chocolate or ham and cheese filled) or muesli with fruit and yoghurt in a cup.

Eightysix Café Rosalie

Everything except the baked goods (which vary from day to day) is made fresh onsite and to accompany, as well as the Vietnamese coffee, there’s well-brewed di Manfredi coffee, a range of standard and fruit teas and, in the fridge, organic juices, sodas, mineral water and ginger beer.

Eightysix Café Rosalie

Nice to know – Eightysix Cafe is pet-friendly, with dogs welcome to join owners at the tables while a bowl of fresh water is provided. 

Eightysix Café Rosalie

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in Feb 2017

Eightysix Café

146 Baroona Rd

Rosalie

Mon-Fri 6-3*

Sat 6-12*

3368 3824

Map

146 Baroona Rd Rosalie

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