The Girls' Coffee Bar

Marburg, Ipswich Area

A 20 minute drive from Ipswich on the Warrego Highway at Marburg, The Girls' Coffee Bar has a loyal clientele drawn to its great coffee and delicious food offerings. As part of Phippsy's complex - a popular stop for drivers halfway between Brisbane and Toowoomba - this charming little eatery has al fresco and indoor air-conditioned dining.

Open for Breakfast, Lunch seven days a week, The Girls' Coffee Bar's Breakfast specialty of Eggs Benedict is a firm favourite - poached eggs, locally baked ham on homemade dark rye toast with a tasty hollandaise sauce. The wide range of open grills, wraps, salads and homemade Gourmet Pies are also much loved, while sweet-tooths won't be able to resist goodies like the Caramel Swirl Brownie or Choc-Ginger Cheesecake. Gluten-free and vegetarian options are available, and jams and honey can be purchased.

Coffee is supplied by Melbourne-based company, Amanti, with 'The Girls' using the blend which has a tangy flavour and lovely, light lingering after-taste. Early-morning commuters make use of the 'Text Ur Coffee' by ordering via their mobile phones and picking up their caffeine fix 15 minutes later. For something a little stronger, the café/restaurant is fully licensed.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday6am - 5pm
Tuesday6am - 5pm
Wednesday6am - 5pm
Thursday6am - 5pm
Friday6am - 5pm
Saturday7am - 5pm
Sunday7am - 5pm

Cuisine Types

Bistro/Cafe/Deli
Gluten Free Available
High Tea or Afternoon Tea
Light Meals
Modern Australian
Steak
Vegetarian

Price Range

Mains under $20 (AUD)

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
Shop 1, 207 Edmond Street
Marburg, Ipswich Area
Queensland
Australia

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