Nestled on the porch for the Four Seasons Organic Grocer, Canter & Colt was the first 100% organic café to open near Brisbane in Samford. The central purpose of this north Brisbane café when it was originally created, was to provide a relaxing environment where healthy conscious customers could purchase and enjoy a 100% organic, wholesome and fresh meal. And that, it has!
Canter & Colt has been an increasingly popular Samford café since opening its doors in 2013, achieving raving reviews throughout the years. The north Brisbane café is owned by a brother and sister duo, whose parents have been the proud owners of Four Seasons Organic Grocer for more than 10 years now. The best news is that this Samford café near Brisbane are open seven days per week for everyone to enjoy.
But first, coffee. This Samford café near Brisbane serves Montville Certified Organic coffee, the perfect way to kick start your day. This blend is locally roasted using premium fair-trade beans from Peru, Ethiopia and Sumatra.
The menu does not stop here, there is also an extensive range of organic juices and smoothies made from more fresh ingredients.
The good news is you don’t have to enjoy all of this café near Brisbane’s delicious organic delicacies alone, Canter & Colt welcomes your four-legged furry friends as well! It is a completely dog-friendly café.
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