Seed Coffee

Ipswich

Located on Limestone Street in Ipswich’s CBD, Seed Coffee provides locals with fine coffee, sweet treats and an all day menu.  

Seed Coffee Ipswich

Sitting at the entrance of The Boulevarde, an eclectic collection of tables and chairs fills the front of this boutique shopping centre while inside the cosy cafe a table for two awaits. With rustic charm and vintage quirk, the timber bar and comfy velvet armchairs contrast against the sleek, black tiles.  

The excellent house blend is by Brisbane’s specialty coffee company The Single Guys and goes down a treat with Seed’s sweets; from gluten-free cakes and caramel slice to lemon meringues and brownies served with ice-cream.

Seed Coffee Ipswich

Favourite fare includes smashed avocado with Danish feta on crispy, toasted sourdough, corn fritters with avo salsa and roast sweet potato and feta frittatas; with wraps, Turkish toasties, croissants and salads rounding out the menu. 

Seed Coffee

The Boulevard

17 Limestone St

Ipswich

Opening Hours

0478 812 250

Map

17 Limestone St Ipswich

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