Open for breakfast and lunch,
7 days a week. We NOW OPEN MONDAYS.
Open Friday and Saturday for dinner.
The cafe building is unique and consists of two buildings set on open decks overlooking a rainforest garden. The main building started out as a Methodist church, then became a Uniting Church. The renovated structure features stained glass windows salvaged from another church and original timber floors.
The building in the middle of the Cafe is called “The Nun”. It was originally commissioned by the Brisbane City Council as a movable shelter for funerals at Mt Gravatt Cemetery.
The Flying Nun Cafe serves a modern Australian menu which uses seasonal ingredients and changes every Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring.
The Cafe has a wonderful display of scrumptious cakes and desserts freshly made on the premises as well as a huge selection of hot and cold drinks.
From 10am, choose from our specially selected wine and craft beer menu.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
Open from 7am – 3pm for Breakfast and Lunch.
Friday and Saturday
Open from 7am – late for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
WE NOW OPEN MONDAYS!
Note: We close all public holidays except Wednesday Ekka Day
Our breakfast menu is served from 7am -11:30am.
Our lunch menu is served from 11:45am – 2pm.
Our afternun menu is served from 2pm – 6pm Friday and Saturday.
Our dinner menu is served from 6pm – 8pm.
Coffee and cake is available all day, 7 days a week.
GREAT NEWS – We open longer on Fridays and Saturdays!
We are NOW open between lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday. Previously, we closed at 3pm. So stay on and enjoy more coffee and cake or choose a light meal from our afternun menu. Dinner starts at 6pm.
The walls of the main building are covered in art for sale. The current artist on exhibit is Nelus Oana whose works capture the spirit of the Australian landscape. His remarkable work is all created by hand and without the use of an easel. You can purchase his artwork from The Flying Nun Café or by contacting the artist directly on 0451 075 616.
Watch YouTube video of Nelus Oana’s Tribute to 2009 Bushfire Victims, which showcases his unique painting style.