Gas Espresso

Sherwood

Located at the junction of Sherwood and Oxley Roads, you can't miss the astro-turfed facade of Gas Espresso – a cool cafe where Sherwood locals get their fill of fine coffee, breakfast and lunch seven days a week. 

Counter inside Gas Espresso cafe in Sherwood

Across the threshold, you'll find Gas Espresso is just as interesting inside as it is outside; recycled timber tables together with splashes of lemon and an eclectic collection of transport inspired odds and ends.

Seating insideb Gas Espresso cafe in Sherwood

Cleanskin's Old School coffee blend is served alongside a selection of freshly baked goods from West End bakery Le Sebastian, with a breakfast menu ranging from fresh fruit salad with yoghurt, honey and pistachios to sourdough toast topped with cherry tomatoes, avocado and bocconcini or bacon, scrambled eggs, mushrooms and spinach.

Gas Espresso sandwich on plate

Meanwhile, lunch options include gourmet sandwiches like the classic BLT, chicken pesto or turkey bagel with a vegetarian option on offer as well. Gluten-free bread is available.

Gas Espresso Sherwood Brisbane

*Things to note: Breakfast is served until 10am on weekdays and 11am on weekends.

by Deb Lidster

Gas Espresso

637 Sherwood Rd

Sherwood

Opening hours

0400 448 663

 

Map

637 Sherwood Rd Sherwood

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