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Blacksmith Specialty Coffee - Carindale

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Welcome to Blacksmith Specialty Coffee, where every dish is a symphony of flavors. Cosied in 8 Bothwell Street, Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, Carindale, Australia, our menu is a festival of gourmet delights. Our rating of 4.2 and 106 rave reviews speak volumes about our commitment to delivering an lasting dining experience. On this page, you can find the business hours for Blacksmith Specialty Coffee. Feel free to contact +61732191832 if you need further information.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 00:00 - 13:00
  • Tuesday 00:00 - 13:00
  • Wednesday 00:00 - 13:00
  • Thursday 00:00 - 13:00
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday 00:00 - 13:00
  • Sunday Closed

Contacts

  • Address: 8 Bothwell Street, Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, Carindale, Australia
  • Phone: +61732191832

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Reviews

Bobby Smith
Bobby Smith

Coffee was really good. The first sip was a bit bitter in the the begging but then it left a strong coffee smell and sweetness in my mouth. Haven't had such good coffee for long time. Was quite happy with it. Service was good too. Need more cleanup for their tables though.


Keon Schinner
Keon Schinner

Our previous catch up with brunch girl Imco, she recommended Blacksmith as a must go place for south siders. With that in mind, we made our way there for weekday breakfast. The busy little café is tucked away in Bothwell st with an alfresco and indoor dining area. The simple yet trendy establishment specializes in traditional brekkie offerings with a twist. After reviewing their simple and well laid out menu, we ordered: caffeinated drinks, salmon egg benny & off menu meatballs in red sauce. The caffeinated drinks consists a cappuccino and caramel latte. Skilfully made latte art was presented with strong aromas. The cappuccino showed strong and nutty flavours with a big caffeine bite. The latte paired with the flavoured syrup presents a caramel and chocolaty taste with a mild sweetness. Very good brews which tamed our caffeine hunger. 4/5 Next up, the salmon egg benny with two poached eggs covered with sriracha hollandaise, sliced smoked salmon and rockets all on top of warm thick cut Turkish bread. Cutting into the egg, presents a runny yolk which brought sparkles to Mrs Tomcat’s eyes. Generous amounts of smoked salmon was included and paired perfectly with the smooth and rich sriracha hollandaise. Flavour wise is towards the rich and slightly salty side but considering the generous quantity of ingredient and price; it’s a well-deserved 4/5. Last dish to arrive was the off menu special: pork meatballs in red sauce. The bowl of goodies contains pork meat balls (with chopped water chestnut and onions) in a red Italian sauce (diced tomato, onion, basil and spices) served with a piece of sourdough bread. The meat balls were porky and sweet with a nice crunchy texture. Paired with the sour and slightly salty red sauce it’s an east meets west fusion done to perfection. Bravo! 4.5/5 Overall service for a busy morning was very friendly and efficient. We were greeted warmly when ordering and the waiters were keen to answer questions and make recommendations based on preferred taste. Feedback was asked post meal which demonstrates the manager's focus on continues improvement. 5/5 Hint: Beans here is from Bear Bone. Their benny and meatballs comes highly recommended.


River Hartmann II
River Hartmann II

Our previous catch up with brunch girl Imco, she recommended Blacksmith as a must go place for south siders. With that in mind, we made our way there for weekday breakfast. The busy little café is tucked away in Bothwell st with an alfresco and indoor dining area. The simple yet trendy establishment specializes in traditional brekkie offerings with a twist. After reviewing their simple and well laid out menu, we ordered: caffeinated drinks, salmon egg benny & off menu meatballs in red sauce. The caffeinated drinks consists a cappuccino and caramel latte. Skilfully made latte art was presented with strong aromas. The cappuccino showed strong and nutty flavours with a big caffeine bite. The latte paired with the flavoured syrup presents a caramel and chocolaty taste with a mild sweetness. Very good brews which tamed our caffeine hunger. 4/5 Next up, the salmon egg benny with two poached eggs covered with sriracha hollandaise, sliced smoked salmon and rockets... read more


Trudie Ferry MD
Trudie Ferry MD

Charming little cafe slightly hidden just behind the main road - where all the other popular breakfast/coffee spots are. It was really nice to be tucked away from the commotion of constant traffic (both cars and pedestrians), blazing sun, and noise. Blacksmith's has the capacity to seat about 50+ people across inside and outside sitting. We went on Sunday and it wasn't overly packed but still clearly a good place for brunch (judging by the smooth traffic of customers). Both a hot pick for dine in & takeaway. The staff were kind, and attentive, but not space invasive - which is ideal. It was made very clear how to pay/order - meaning less confusion, waiting time and room for error. Our drinks and meals came out quickly - which were both made and served with care to assure equally a pleasant aesthetic and nice combination of tastes/textures. The coffee and tea was wonderful; highly recommended. (Note: Bonsoy milk is used with mastery here, and the chai latte is a real spicy chai). I had the Bircher which was divine, and my friend was very happy with her bowl (egg, quinoa, avo etc), eggs poached to perfection of course! I also bought orange cake to take away as it looked so nice/fresh. There are vegetarian, gf, df, vegan options as well as capacity to work around most allergies/intolerances and dietary requirements. Cows, soy, almond, coconut are among the milk choices available - all of (good) barista quality. Table water is readily available - self serve, and there is a toilet for customer use. Really loved it. Next to empty/construction land, and lots of parking space (street and at local iga carkpark). Definitely will recommend to friends, and will be back when in the area.


Rhea Hahn
Rhea Hahn

Charming little cafe slightly hidden just behind the main road - where all the other popular breakfast/coffee spots are. It was really nice to be tucked away from the commotion of constant traffic (both cars and pedestrians), blazing sun, and noise. Blacksmith's has the capacity to seat about 50+ people across inside and outside sitting. We went on Sunday and it wasn't overly packed but still clearly a good place for brunch (judging by the smooth traffic of customers). Both a hot pick for dine in & takeaway. The staff were kind, and attentive, but not space invasive - which is ideal. It was made very clear how to pay/order - meaning less confusion, waiting time and room for error. Our drinks and meals came out quickly - which were both made and served with care to assure equally a pleasant aesthetic and nice combination of tastes/textures. The coffee and tea was wonderful; highly recommended. (Note: Bonsoy milk is used with mastery here, and the chai latte is a... read more


Earnest Wolf
Earnest Wolf

Waking up with a cold wasn't the best feeling - but it didn't stop me from starting my day off with a nice coffee fix. I don't think I would've found this hidden gem unless I looked up 'cafes' on Zomato. Blacksmith Specialty Coffee is surrounded with apartments and its situated right under one (Street Parking). I arrived at the cafe around 10:15am and it wasn't very busy (indoor and outdoor seatings are available). Already knowing what I felt like, the menu didn't last very long in my hands. I went ahead and ordered an Eggs Benny (Smoked Salmon) and a Flat White :) There are more choices in there cabinet as well which included: Toasties, Bacon&Egg Muffins, Slices and Rolls!! The coffee came out hot and strong, which I really loved! The Eggs Benny was served shortly after my coffee and woah... it looked pretty big!! The Turkish bread was lightly toasted, with a thin layer of butter on top. Rockets, Salmon and Poached Eggs were then added. To finish off was the hollandaise sauce :) Such a satisfying breakfast! Staff were nice and friendly :) I won't be gone for long - be back for more coffee!!


Prof. Citlalli Sporer
Prof. Citlalli Sporer

Waking up with a cold wasn't the best feeling - but it didn't stop me from starting my day off with a nice coffee fix. I don't think I would've found this hidden gem unless I looked up 'cafes' on Zomato. Blacksmith Specialty Coffee is surrounded with apartments and its situated right under one (Street Parking). I arrived at the cafe around 10:15am and it wasn't very busy (indoor and outdoor seatings are available). Already knowing what I felt like, the menu didn't last very long in my hands. I went ahead and ordered an Eggs Benny (Smoked Salmon) and a Flat White :) There are more choices in there cabinet as well which included: Toasties, Bacon&Egg Muffins, Slices and Rolls!! The coffee came out hot and strong, which I really loved! The Eggs Benny was served shortly after my coffee and woah... it looked pretty big!! The Turkish bread was lightly toasted, with a thin layer of butter on top. Rockets, Salmon and Poached Eggs were then added. To finish off was the... read more


Mrs. Magali Ullrich PhD
Mrs. Magali Ullrich PhD

Came here on Australia Day and it was very busy, but they still delivered good service with a smile! I had the brekky burger, and that was YUM! The brioche was soft and sweet, the egg was perfectly runny, serving of bacon was very generous. I would definitely come back. Coffee was good too!


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Carindale

Carindale

Amenities

  • Breakfast
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Seating
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Takeaway
  • Kids
  • Pets