Bellissimo Coffee

Bulimba

Bellissimo Coffee at Bulimba is the warehouse headquarters of the award-winning Brisbane based coffee roaster, and comes with in-house café featuring super hero tables.

Located at the Bulimba ferry terminal end of Oxford St, Bellissimo Coffee makes the perfect caffeine pitstop en route to catching the ferry as well as being a reliable coffee alternative to the cafes in Bulimba village.

Bellissimo Coffee Bulimba

While the food offerings are minimal they are good for those on the go – home-made Danishes, gourmet wraps and sourdough toasties, house made Bircher muesli, savoury or sweet muffins and brownies.

But it’s the coffee here that is the star – choose from daily beans such as Mocha Java, Emporio, Brazil and Decaf – and enjoy a perfect brew. Otherwise coffee comes Cold Drip or Cold Press in a bottle (either full cream or straight black).  There’s also a small range of teas, including herbal, if coffee’s not an option.

Chicken wraps on a plate

Need to know – Bellissimo Coffee is dog-friendly, with covered space outside to tie up the pooch. Being open at the crack of dawn daily, it is also a saviour for parents who are up early on playground duty (Bulimba Park is a short stroll away).

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Belissimo Coffee

33 Oxford St

Bulimba

Opening hours

3899 6704

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33 Oxford St Bulimba

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