Cafe Edge

Beenleigh

Café Edge is a gem of a café found in the heart of Beenleigh serving breakfast, lunch and coffee with compassion.

Founded by Nikki and Robert Cheslin, the charming café is run solely by volunteers with 100% of profits going to community projects like helping the homeless.

Cafe Edge Beenleigh

Housed on the ground floor of an old Queenslander, the café provides ample space for families and friends to get together including a Breakfast at Tiffany’s themed dining room, cosy vintage nook at the rear and al fresco dining in the backyard beneath the mango trees.

Cafe Edge Beenleigh

All day breakfast fare includes favourites such as bacon and eggs, breaky wraps (with bacon, egg, avocado and cheese), French toast, and pancakes with ice-cream and maple syrup; while lunch options range from the Edge hamburger with the lot (bacon, egg, pineapple, beetroot, grilled onion and salad) to BLT’s and open grilled sandwiches.  

Cafe Edge Beenleigh

And for drinks, there’s locally roasted Vivo coffee, tea, frappes, milkshakes and soft drinks.

By Deb Lidster

Café Edge

61 George St

Beenleigh

Opening hours

3807 3257

 

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