727 Coffee & Food

Rothwell

727 Coffee & Food is a bright and cheerful café tucked away in a little shopping strip off Deception Bay Road in the pocket-sized suburb of Rothwell. 

Open weekdays only, this northside coffee nook is child-friendly with a corner of the café set up with toys, tiny table and chairs. Excellent espresso, roasted locally by Wolff Coffee Roasters, is served alongside light eats and sweet treats, like moreish homemade fudge.  

727 Coffee & Food Rothwell

Breakfast offerings include smashed avocado with feta and cherry tomatoes on toasted sourdough and breaky wraps with scrambled eggs, bacon, hash brown and barbecue sauce; while lunch options range from fresh sandwiches and toasties to house made quiche with salad or chicken burgers – grilled chicken breast on brioche bun with avocado, lettuce and tomato.  

727 Coffee & Food Rothwell

Besides coffee, there’s tea, chai lattes, milkshakes, smoothies, kombucha and handcrafted cold brew bottled by Brisbane’s Crafted.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in April 2017.

By Deb Lidster

727 Coffee & Food

727 Deception Bay Rd

Rothwell

Mon 7-1:30*

Tue-Fri 7-2*

0451 915 133

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727 Deception Bay Rd Rothwell

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