The Fifth Season

South Brisbane

The Fifth Season Cafe in South Brisbane is a specialty coffee café serving top-notch espresso with a creative mouth-watering menu to match.

The Fifth Season Cafe

Nestled in the leafy courtyard of Arena Apartments, this cool coffee nook provides plenty of outdoor undercover dining.

The Fifth Season Cafe

The concise menu ranges from the quintessential smashed avo on toast with crushed triple nuts, organic feta and tomato to breakfast classics with a twist such as Karaage Benedict – karaage chicken with poached eggs, kewpie mayo and hollandaise sauce on a freshly baked, flaky croissant.  

The Fifth Season Cafe

Other popular brunch dishes include double-smoked speck served with poached eggs, grilled haloumi and pistachio kale pesto on toast, and pork and fennel orecchiette pasta with soft egg,

The Fifth Season Cafe

Coffee on pour is Wilde blend by Seven Miles Coffee Roasters (roasted locally in Newstead) served along with rotating single origins.  Coffee is available in espresso, pour-over and cold brew.  For something different, try Fifth Season’s creative brews like Dirty Matcha (matcha latte infused with espresso), Whipped Brew (cold brew, whipped milk and dark cacao) or Tropical Brew.

By Deb Lidster

The Fifth Season Café   

9b Edmonstone St

South Brisbane

Opening hours

0468 537 859


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