LeisureJuly 20, 2023 / 7 minute read

Where to breakfast and brunch in Logan

If you’re looking to indulge in the beloved weekend ritual that is brunch or have a great breakfast, look no further than the City of Logan.  

Our city’s institutions are perfecting the concept, serving up fluffy pancakes, cheesy omelettes, poke-style breakfast bowls and every possible iteration of eggs on toast.

To make your weekend planning easier than ever, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite places to brunch (or breakfast) in Logan. Is your favourite spot missing from our list? Let us know at communications@logan.qld.gov.au.

The Laneway Green 

If you’re looking for inner city café culture on the southside, check out The Laneway Green and its airy, light-filled dining space. Sip on a cup of specialty Bellissimo coffee and peruse the locally sourced menu, which has something for everyone: coconut chai porridge, acai bowls and even mixed bean shakshuka.  

Chatswood Rd & Magellan Rd, Springwood

Ant Coffee 

The latest addition to Underwood is Ant Coffee and its innovative take on traditional brunch fare. There are classic dishes like breakfast bowls, omelettes and waffles, but through an Asian lens with ingredients like kimchi, aburi salmon and tteokgalbi (grilled beef rib). It  also stocks fresh croissants and pastries from New Farm’s renowned Choquette Boulangerie Patisserie.  

Shop 20/11/21 Kingston Rd, Underwood

Coffee On Browns 

A cheerful little spot in Marsden, everything is served with a smile at Coffee On Browns. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu – for brunch, its  bagels and superb coffee draw in the crowds. Keep it  simple with a cream cheese bagel or go for ‘The Fatboy’, which is a glorious stack of bacon, chicken, egg and more. 

769 Browns Plains Rd, Marsden

Christopher’s Fine Foods 

A stalwart in Daisy Hill, Christopher’s Fine Foods has been dishing up brunch favourites since 1988. The menu is as simple as it is delicious – pick from options like ham and cheese croissants or banana and blueberry pancakes.   

25 Daisy Hill Rd, Daisy Hill

Mi Casa 

One of the few cafes in Logan with extended hours (10 pm close on most nights), Mi Casa Café is also one of the most reliable brunch spots in the area. Its delectable breakfast menu, which is available until 2 pm, features dishes like Middle Eastern spiced lamb mince served on souvlaki and Turkish eggs, doused in tasty herb and garlic yoghurt.  

4/3245 Logan Rd, Underwood

Devon Pixies 

If you’re looking to elevate your next brunch session, book in for high tea at Devon Pixies. You’ll find all the fixings you’ve been craving: dainty finger sandwiches and fluffy scones, served alongside thick cream and jam. It  also has savoury options like vegetable frittatas, sandwiches and wraps.  

270 Jacaranda Ave, Kingston

Crunchy’s Cafe 

Start your day off sweet with picks from the breakfast menu, like the Canadian breakfast complete with waffles and maple syrup. You can also order straight from the all-day desserts menu, which features freshly made Belgian waffles, Dutch poffertjes, French crepes and sundaes.  

Suite 420, Unit 10/109-115 Brisbane St, Jimboomba

Bake It.

Bake It 

Perennially packed on the weekends, this bakery-café will transport you straight to Seoul with its unique Korean brunch offerings. Beyond avocado on toast, you can chow down on bulgolgi Korean hot dogs or spicy Korean chicken buns. Don’t forget to try their famous chubby doughnuts. 

Shop 2 and 3, 3231 Logan Rd, Underwood

St Coco

With rotating weekly specials, you’ll be spoilt for choice at this Daisy Hill institution. The menu changes with what’s fresh and in season, featuring innovative dishes like peanut and biscuit waffles, bratwurst benedict and coconut panna cotta. There are also plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options available. 

3 Cupania St, Daisy Hill

Deadly Dash Cafe & Takeaway

The newest kid on the block in Kingston, Deadly Dash Cafe & Takeaway is already getting lots of love from locals. As soon as you step in, you get service with a smile and plenty of choice from their extensive menu. There’s something for everyone, from classic breakfast favourites like eggs benedict to more substantial dishes like fish and chips. Diners have commented on how relaxed and inviting the space is – so far, it seems like their nachos and mini cupcakes are the standouts.

8/2-8 Yalumba Street, Kingston

Soon Kitchen

A welcome addition to the foodie scene in Springwood, this dog-friendly spot in Springwood Mall nails the brunch aesthetic. The extensive menu has something for everyone – pick from options like buttermilk pancakes, fried chicken and waffle or the vegan and gluten-free nourish bowl.

31/34 Fitzgerald Avenue, Springwood

And don’t forget Extraction Artisan Coffee at Slacks Creek, which featured in our recent listicle, 10 of Logan’s favourite coffee shops.

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