Gramps Cafe

Red Hill

Gramps Café is a cool, corner café housed in an old weather board clad cottage in the leafy suburb of Red Hill.

Inside, the pared back space is furnished with bench seating, timber tables and a stunning Moroccan-tiled counter; while a cosy corner has a couple of comfy, grandpa-style armchairs.  

Gramps Café Red Hill

The menu is simple fare done well such as house made granola with buckwheat, coconut and almond served with coconut yoghurt and spiced apple compote, smashed avocado on toast with savoury almond crumble and pickled red onions, and gooey cheese and ham toasties with double cheese, béchamel, leg ham and pickles.

Gramps Café Red Hill

Coffee on pour is Single O and goes down a treat with the freshly baked goods on hand like chocolate brownies or banana bread with passionfruit frosting.

Gramps Café Red Hill

Besides coffee, there are specialty teas from The Steepery Tea Co, cold pressed juices, smoothies and milkshakes.

Nice to know – Gramps is dog-friendly. Customers can enjoy well-brewed coffee with their furry friend on the footpath.

Gramps Cafe

110 Windsor Rd

Red Hill

Opening hours

0403 057 244

Map

110 Windsor Rd Red Hill

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