That hidden gem of Brisbane City Hall, Commix Espresso, has had a makeover – not only the menu, but also the décor and equipment.
Manager John’s dream of a milk shake maker has come true, and he now has one dedicated drinks fridge along with two food fridges to complement the display cabinet.
All prices of regular offerings are now set out in the service area. Note the fact that there is no extra cost for soy milk.
Don’t worry about visiting the café on your lonesome. There is now a wide range of magazines and newspapers and piped music to entertain you.
Great value specials are available throughout the day, and the brekkie menu makes it well worthwhile to give your usual toast and cereal a miss.
There is a huge range of luncheon dishes from which to choose. My Japanese Crumbed Calamari and Chips was very tasty, and the portion was extremely generous. Even my husband was flat out finishing the last morsel.
Should you decide to socialise with your work mates over breakfast or lunch, a table for 10 features amongst the variety of table settings.
Three things that haven’t changed are Commix Espresso’s good old-fashioned friendly service, great value for money, and a dedication to offering a helping hand to those who need a lift in life. Through “the power of humanity”, a Red Cross mantra, Commix Espresso is making a big change to the lives of many people.