Apothecafe

Milton

Apothecafe is a quaint al fresco café perched on Park Road, Milton, serving well-brewed cups of coffee with a dose of vitamin D

Located adjacent to Choice Chemist, Apothecafe is quite unique. Customers can have a Vitamin D compound added to their coffee by baristas trained in medication administration.  

Apothecafe Milton

Here you can double your dose of vitamin D and enjoy your coffee on the lovely timber deck bordered by medicinal herb gardens.

Apothecafe Milton

Organic coffee on pour is by Joy Bean, roasted on the Gold Coast in Burleigh Heads, while specialty tea is by Tielka. Otherwise, there’s kombucha, coconut kefir milk and HRVST St cold pressed juices.

Apothecafe Milton

Light eats on hand include almond croissants, banana loaf  and Melbourne’s famous Butterbing cookie sandwiches – chocolate fudge brownie biscuits with salted caramel, Nutella or honeycomb filling. 

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

By Deb Lidster

Apothecafe

41 Park Rd

Milton

Mon-Fri 7.30-5.30*

Sat 9-12*

1300 275 908

Map

41 Park Rd Milton

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