Campos Coffee

Fortitude Valley

Campos Coffee’s flagship store in Fortitude Valley is a funky little café offering some of Brisbane’s best coffee along with classic Australian breakfast and lunch fare.

Located on the corner of Ann and Wandoo Streets, the bright and colourful outside is in contrast to the oasis inside – a sleek and contemporary space with polished concrete flooring, smart furniture and lush greenery.

Campos Coffee Fortitude Valley

The all-day menu features breakfast favourites such as bircher muesli and avocado on toast; while lunch offerings include home baked pies, gourmet sandwiches and wraps, and seasonal salads.

Campos Coffee Fortitude Valley

Sweet tooths will be tempted with the fresh baked goods on offer like lemon tarts, orange and almond cakes and strawberry cupcakes.

Campos Coffee Fortitude Valley

Besides Campos’ well-brewed blends and single origin coffee, there are loose leaf teas, cold pressed juices, smoothies and milkshakes.

Campos Coffee Fortitude Valley

Nice to know - Campos Coffee vacated its original roastery/cafe in the big black shed down the road to move a cafe outlet here and the roastery to Newstead.

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

By Deb Lidster

Campos Coffee

11 Wandoo St

Fortitude Valley

Mon-Fri 6-5*

3252 3612

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11 Wandoo St Fortitude Valley

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