Madders Brothers Patisserie

Brisbane Cbd

Madders Brothers Patisserie are whipping up the most extravagant mini cakes and pastries that are almost too good to eat, in their glamorous Brisbane CBD café.

The patisserie is almost as luxurious as the sweets are, complete with plush finishings, ambient lighting and luxe furniture that do make you feel like you’re at a Mad Hatters Tea Party. The cabinets are decked from one side to the other with their fascinating and divine treats.

The menu is quite large, bursting with the most delicious sounding pastries and sweet concoctions. Our favourites included the Strawberry Mousse and Mini Chocolate Mudcake with Raspberry Popping Candy.

There’s also unique treats like a Green Tea White Chocolate Mousse and a Tequila Chocolate Cactus Tart.

Of course, what’s best enjoyed with a sweet? Tea. Madders Brothers tea selection is quite the list. With many flavours of TWG Tea, a must do is the Vanilla Bourbon.

They also serve coffee, juice and soft drinks. There’s a selection of savoury items available to eat as well.

Need to know – There are nearby public transport hubs and limited paid parking.

Nice to know - Madders Brothers Patisserie is also located in Jamboree Heights.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in May 2018.

By Zoe Kirby

41 Edward Street

Brisbane CBD

Tues – Fri 8-5

Sat 9-6

Sun 9-4

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41 Edward Street

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