SoBa Social

West End

SoBa Social is a hidden backyard oasis in West End with a lush lawn and succulent garden serving boutique coffee and delicious eats.

SoBa Social, West End, Brisbane cafe, dog friendly

Housed in a 1940’s heritage-listed Queenslander, this cute café with California vibe – think pastel pink and cacti – shares its gorgeous space with SoBa’s yoga studio.

SoBa Social, West End, Brisbane cafe, outdoor dining

Coffee on pour is by Melbourne boutique coffee outfit St Ali and goes down a treat with the delicious treats on offer such as fresh, flaky croissants.  

SoBa Social, West End, Brisbane cafe, avocado on toast

The concise menu includes homemade granola with seasonal fruit and natural yoghurt, free range poached eggs on sourdough, and avocado on organic seeded sourdough with rocket salad and balsamic. For something more substantial, try the grilled raclette served with twice cooked baby potatoes, poached eggs and pickled cucumber.

 SoBa Social, West End, Brisbane cafe, outdoor dining

Besides coffee, there’s Kali organic drinking chocolate, sticky chai and tea.  

Nice to know – Once their liquor licence has been approved, SoBa will open on Friday and Saturday evenings for social drinks.

By Deb Lidster

SoBa Social

347 Montague Rd

West End

Opening hours

0403 419 339

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