South Brisbane’s Five Sisters opens an espresso bar at Tarragindi
Bringing the art of a well-crafted coffee to Brisbane’s southern suburbs is Five Sisters Espresso Bar. The creators of South Brisbane’s favourite lady-run cafe, the sisters behind hole-in-the-wall Five Sisters Art House Cafe have expanded their Segafredo coffee and homestyle cooking flair to Tarragindi.
Opening this Saturday, Five Sisters Espresso Bar is a design-savvy space of industrial concrete flooring, striking black tiling against white walls and touches of rich, dark wood. In creating the raw and urban space that combines the old with new, the sisters enlisted friends at industrial design firm POPconcrete to fashion the custom-built timber and concrete furniture, with the delicate artistic wall mural painted by Louise from LooseLeaf.Paper.
With a menu that changes each day, expect simple offerings of the sweets, salads and sandwiches you’ve come to love at the South Brisbane outfit. Banana bread and fruit toast will satisfy a morning hunger, while beef ravioli, vegetarian gnocchi and an array of fresh salads will suit the lunchtime visitor.
Image via Renee Melides.
Five Sisters Espresso Bar
4/11 Kuring-Gai Avenue, Tarragindi
Ph: 0432 438 389
Open: Monday to Friday 6:00 am to 4:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am to 2:00 pm
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