Where to get Coffee and Croissants | Gourmand & Gourmet

Where to Grab Coffee with a Croissant

If you’ve ever experienced a double shot short black on an empty stomach at 6:30 in the morning, you know the feeling of near death all too well, and it’s time to give yourself a fighting chance against the caffeine hit with a mouth-watering buffer.

Don’t flake on the pastries, here’s where to find the best coffee-croissant combos in Brisbane.

Montrachet| Bowen Hills

Much-loved French eatery Montrachet delivers when it comes to quality baked goods with an in-house bakery serving fresh croissants, scrolls and other tasty treats to accompany your coffee on King Street.

Laneway WV| West End

Speaking of Montrachet, Brisbane’s latest lush laneway is serving up freshly roasted coffee alongside their delectable French pastries, so if the gorgeous greenery isn’t enough to draw you in, the smell of deliciousness surely will.

Madders Brothers| CBD

If you’re extra af, prepare to sprint into the purple and gold interior of Madders Brothers Patisserie. If you’re feeling less coffee and more cuppa, their tea range is filled with unique blends that’ll go great with your sweet eats.

Banneton| Ashgrove & Woolloongabba

Daily baked goods are the game, Banneton is the name – and their breads, sweet treats and savouries live up to it. Grab an almond croissant or Danish pastry to accompany your caffeine hit and your day will be off to a great start.

Chouquette| New Farm

Indulge in chocolate croissants, raisin scrolls and soft brioche at New Farm’s fave, Chouquette, and if your sweet tooth is tingling, their eclairs, tarts and slices are a perfect pair to a good cup of coffee.

Hoo Ha| South Brisbane

It’s hard to not look past the stacks of glistening pastries under glass domes when you’re ordering a coffee at Hoo Ha, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t just splash out and grab a scroll or brownie while you’re at it.

Gauge| South Brisbane

Complement your flaky croissant or muffin with specialty coffee by Marvell St Coffee Roasters inside this quaint café – or if you’re looking to extend your morning, they’ve got a wicked brunch menu as well.

Next time you’re contemplating whether or not to grab an eat with your drink, just remember that your body will thank you later.

Words by Sophia Lunn
- the gourmand who never flakes on a croissant