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Cafe Ku-Tea, Wilston

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by Cris (subscribe)
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Published May 25th 2021
Ku-Tea means a place of meditation
Family-owned and operated cafe in the heart of Wilston Village with a great atmosphere, homemade food and delicious coffee.

Cafe Ku Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Water Reservoir,
The Cafe is at the corner of Kedron Brook Rd and York Street. Photo by Author.


About two years ago, brother and sister Binod and Deepa decided to open a stylish cafe in Wilston in order to offer their customers a superior experience.

Cafe Ku Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Water Reservoir,
Deepa opened Ku-Tea together with her brother Binod about two years ago. Photo by Author.


Ku-Tea means cottage of meditation and the café has certainly a great atmosphere where people can catch up with friends and families can have tasteful refreshments. It is a place to relax and unwind.

Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Binod with his wife. Photo by Author.


Cafe Ku-Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Hill Reservoir,
The relaxing atmosphere of Ku-Tea. Photo by Author.


Ku-Tea has many happy and regular customers.

Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Many happy returning customers. Photo by Author.


Outside there is a bike rack where it is possible to safely park the bicycle and then enjoy the great atmosphere of Ku-Tea. Also, commuters can grab their coffee on their way to work, Ku-Tea opens its door very early in the morning.

Cafe Ku Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Hill Reservoir,
Inside the Cafe, place for two with view over the window. Photo by Author.


Relax with a book or a magazine. If you like, you can bring the books you have already read at home and swap them with a new one.

Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Inside the Cafe there is a mini library for your enjoyment. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
A perfect space inside the Cafe to have a coffee and read the newspapers. Photo by Author.


The menu offers flavoursome breakfast, brunch and lunch options. Kuti Granola has roasted mix nuts with rolled oats and Greek yoghurt, fresh fruits and compote on top.

Rishi has smashed avocado on sourdough, crumble feta on top and house dressing salad, lemon wedge on the side.

Kailash has homemade rosti, herbs seasoning, mushrooms, grilled tomato, bacon and halloumi, side of poached eggs with hollandaise sauce.

The food delivers a combination of different flavours and colours, healthy and nutritious choices.

Cafe Ku Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Hill Reservoir,
A delicious fruit bread slice freshly made in the premises! Photo by Author.


Baked from scratch are scrumptious muffins, mouthwatering fruit toasts and delectable almond croissants to enjoy with a hot drink. Ku-Tea delivers to you fresh brewed coffee Aromas. In particular, Aromas has been roasting a selection of premium quality coffee blends for almost forty years.

Cafe Ku Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Hill Reservoir,
Enjoy a cup of coffee with your friends, with your family, with your group or by yourself! .Photo fromhttps://www.facebook.com/Cafe-KuTea-211151053140353/photos


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Fresh sandwiches and fresh fruit. The juices are freshly made on the spot from real fruit. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Freshly baked almond croissants. Photo by Author.


There are vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Also, there is alternative milk for your coffee for different dietary requirements.

A long time ago, the shop used to be a newsagency. Recently, the local community asked the City Council to dedicate more area in front of the shop. Today, there is a great area to sit outside and have a hot drink.

Cafe Ku Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Hill Reservoir,
Outdoor area. Photo by Author.


Cafe Ku-Tea in Wilston, Wilston Village, Eildon, Bert Hinkler Park, Eildon Hill Reservoir,
The outdoor area is adorned with manly lovely plants. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Ku-Tea outdoor area. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Outdoor area. Photo by Author.


Ku-Tea is family-friendly and you can bring your pooch. In particular, a lady bakes special biscuits suitable for dogs. You can purchase the biscuits for $1 per packet. The revenue is donated to charity.

Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Special baked biscuits for your pooch. Photo by Author.
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Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Tin of biscuits for your dog. Photo from Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Special of the day. Sounds good! Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Ku-Teaoutdoor area. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Ku-Tea outdoor area. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Ku-Tea outdoor area. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Ku-Tea outdoor area. Photo by Author.


Ku-Tea's used coffee ground is regularly collected and recycled. Also, Ku-Tea donates recyclable containers, such as cans and bottle of soft drinks, to people who recycle them at the depot.

Ku-Tea is in Wilston, just 5 km away from Brisbane City.

Address: 45 Kedron Brook Rd, Wilston QLD 4051
Phone: 0481 033 277
Mobile 0481 033 277

Business Hours
Mon:5:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Tue: 5:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Wed:5:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Thu: 5:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Fri: 5:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Sat: 6:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Sun: 6:00 AM – 1:30 PM

If you would like to take a walk, you can head to Bert Hinkler Park, 87A Main Ave, Wilston QLD 4051 and to Eildon Hill Reservoir, 109 Hawdon St, Windsor QLD 4030.

Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Bert Hinkler Park. Photo by Author.


Ku Tea Café, Wilston Village, Eildon Hill Reservoir, Wilston, Food in suburbia, Bert Hinkler Park in Windsor,
Views over the City from Eildon Hill Lookout. Photo by Author.



More articled from the Author

Bert Hinkler Park, Windsor
www.weekendnotes.com/bert-hinkler-park-windsor

Eildon Hill Reservoir
www.weekendnotes.com/eildon-hill-reserve/192915

Reference

www.facebook.com/Cafe-KuTea-211151053140353
aromas.com.au
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Phone: 0481 033 277
Where: 45 Kedron Brook Rd, Wilston QLD 4051
Your Comment
Sounds like a must visit location Cris, and only a short walk. The Bert Hinkler Park was of interest as I have been recording Australian aviation memorials for almost 40 years and that is a new one to me.
by Neil Follett (score: 3|2587) 22 days ago
You find such nice, sometimes sort of quirky places to stop at for refreshments. Nice story and article. Thanks. Cheers
by telor (score: 1|74) 8 days ago
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