Out and about: Brother Espresso

Matt and I recently had coffee at Brother Espresso on Wickham Tce and it was brilliant! I say recently, but really it was maybe two months ago. We were up that way for boring being-responsible-adults type reasons and decided to make the most of it with coffee. So glad we did!

Photo of Brother Espresso viewed from Wickham Tce. The building, Wickham House, was built during the 1920s.

Brother Espresso is located in the historic Wickham House and the neat little vestibule café is a nice escape from the street outside. Wickham House was built in the 1920s and the architecture is just gorgeous. I loved the framed historical photographs up on the wood panelled walls. I think Brisbane's history is often forgotten and ignored, so it was awesome to see it embraced and on show like that.

Photo taken inside Brother Espresso in the wood panelled vestibule of Wickham House.

And the coffee! I ordered a macchiato and Matt had a half long black. Both were absolutely outstanding. It's a pity we don't usually have reason to be in that part of town because it was easily some of the best coffee I've had in Brisbane.

Photo of two coffees in white espresso cups on a varnished wooden table.

Brother Espresso
155 Wickham Tce
Brisbane City

Accessibility notes: There are two small steps to get into the building. The café area itself is quite small and narrow.

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