Shawty's Espresso

Woolloongabba

Shawty’s Espresso is a cool, cottage café in the backstreets of industrial Woolloongabba, perched on the corner of Burke and Elliott Streets with views of Boggo Road Gaol.  

Inside this corner café, the styling is minimalist with light timber flooring and plenty of white; while outside, the building is bright and bold and features a beautiful bird mural.  

Shawty’s Espresso Woolloongabba

Supreme coffee is on pour while tea-totalers with love the carefully curated tea menu from local loose-leaf tea company The Steepery, including roasted organic green tea, traditional chai masala and Formosa Oriental Beauty oolong tea.

Shawty’s Espresso Woolloongabba

Light breakfast fare ranges from acai bowls with blueberries, bananas and almond milk topped with paleo choc granola and avocado and feta on sourdough with olive oil, lemon, salt and cayenne pepper to two eggs (scrambled or poached) on sourdough and brekky bagels with bacon, egg, mozzarella and chutney.

Shawty’s Espresso Woolloongabba

A small selection of treats on offer – such as I Heart Brownies and homemade banana bread – goes down a treat with the top-notch coffee.  

Shawty’s Espresso Woolloongabba

Nice to know – Shawty’s is a short stroll from Park Road train station.

By Deb Lidster

The menu may have changed since this review

Shawty’s Espresso

26 Elliott St

Woolloongabba

Opening Hours

0420 228 676

Map

26 Elliott St Woolloongabba

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