Gramps Cafe Amidst The Queenslanders In Red Hill

Matching the homes in the Red Hill area, the newly-opened Gramps Cafe is set in a Queenslander home on Windsor Road.

Owner Adam Murphy has a background in nutrition and took his expertise into hospitality. He worked at several cafes in Brisbane and in other areas abroad. After years of being exposed in the industry, Mr Murphy decided to open up his own cafe. His vision? Giving diners simple meals that they wouldn’t otherwise make from their homes.

Mr Murphy wanted to name the cafe as “Grandpa Sunshine” but decided on naming it “Gramps” instead, correctly assuming that people will find it more familiar, and also because the name brings the warmth and comfort of home to the cafe.

The cafe boasts of an industrial feel with its recliner chairs and reclaimed wood furniture. It also sets that cosy vibe that perfectly complements the comfort food that they serve.

They offer a range of food from omelette to pastries. Tasty healthy food options are in stock, like their homemade granola with coconut, buckwheat, and almond served with coconut yoghurt, spiced apple compote, and smashed avocado on toast.

Their coffee is sourced from Single O. They also offer a wide range of teas by The Steepery Tea Co., and Arakai Estate.

Doggos and kids are welcome at the cafe. Mr Murphy is developing a more mature menu. They will also be holding the first Gramps Annual Pickle Swap by the end of this month.

Address: 110 Windsor Road, Brisbane, QLD