Best Milkshakes in Brisbane

The Style team has scoured the yard to find out what’s shaking in Brisbane cafes, and this top 10 has certainly caught our attention! Here are our picks for best milkshakes in Brisbane.

By Guest Styler | 6th November 2014

There’s nothing better than sipping on a milkshake in the warmer months – or any time of the year really – and thankfully, there is no age barrier to enjoy such a delicious milky treat. We have searched high and low to find Brisbane’s best milkshakes on offer. Whether you’re a butterscotch fan or a classic choc mint is all you need, we have you covered with flavours that will keep you coming back for more.

South Side Diner: Reese’s Peanut Butter Milkshake

With a milkshake menu deemed as impressive, it is understood that for one to stand out well, it would have to be good! And the Reese’s Peanut Butter flavor is just that – it is too good. It has the perfect sugary and salty balance that is simply delicious. One taste will cement its place as South Side Diner’s signature shake.

Shop B8/B9 168 Grey St, South Bank
P 3844 3040

Southside Tea Room: Oreo and Nutella Milkshakes

Unleash your inner child and slurp back on these iconic flavoured milkshakes. Forget the lick twist dunk tradition, blend up those delish choc cream wafer delights in a dairy concoction of milk and ice cream and drink them down in a tantalizingly sweet liquidy treat. Continuing your trip down memory lane, the Southside Tearoom also serves up a Nutella milkshake. Want both? No problem, the team can do a mixture of both upon request.

639 Wynnum Rd, Morningside
P 3899 5859

Pearl Cafe: Homemade Butterscotch Milkshake

If you doubt whether a milkshake can actually taste like homemade butterscotch, then head to Pearl Café and you will believe the reviews when they all say YES. Served in the stainless steel cup, you will be happy to know they have given you all the milkshake they can, but you will still be devastated when the last sip is taken. This one will have you planning your next trip back before you’ve even walked out the door.

28 Logan Rd, Woolloongabba
P 3392 3300

Shady Palms: Housemade Nutella Chocolate Milkshake

Known for its clever flavor combos, Shady Palm’s Housemade Nutella Chocolate shake is the one to try. Combining the goodness of Nutella with their secret housemade chocolate combination and all the usual suspects makes the Shady Palm’s Housemade Nutella Chocolate milkshake a favourite for the young and the young at heart.

427 Logan Rd, Greenslopes
P 3324 2917

Milk: Choc Mintbar Milkshake

The classic flavour combination of chocolate and mint whizzed up with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, a dash of milk and love from their milkshake artists and walah! you have yourself a taste sensation, like munching on a choc-mint Oreo. No wonder it’s a favourite amongst their loyal customers. Once you have had your first sip of Choc Mintbar Milkshake, you will understand why the place is called Milk – it is what they do best!

Shop 9, 16 Ashgrove Ave, Ashgrove
P 3366 2007

Chester St Bakery and Bar: Espresso Milkshake

Chester St Bakery and Bar whip up all of their tasty treats with great love and care. One such treat is their Espresso Milkshake. An espresso shot of heavenly Grinders coffee and sugar syrup is added for an extra kick that ticks all the boxes for you to get your coffee hit, your sugar hit and your milkshake fix all in one delicious sitting.

32a Chester St, Newstead
P 3852 4130

Cowch: Cookies and Cream Milkshake

Cowch is a dessert fan favourite, but it is their Cookies and Cream Milkshake that will have the line to get served going out the door! Get comfortable in their funky restaurant fitout after a hot day of summer adventures and slurp back on this refreshing number. It is a stand out among the Brisbane milkshake scene and definitely a hard one to beat.

2/179 Grey St, South Bank
P 3844 1559

Shucked Coffee House: Turkish Delight Milkshake

A more adventurous choice than a simple chocolate, the Turkish Delight flavor is definitely a highlight on the drinks menu at Shucked Coffee House.  Staying true to their alternative and experimental roots, the Turkish Delight milkshake will satisfy your sugar cravings…and may become your new go-to milkshake fix!

9 Creswell St, Newstead
P 3257 4567

Chur Burger: Salted Caramel

This salted caramel milkshake is made with Heilala ice-cream from New Zealand. The caramel is made in-store and the perfect amount of salt is added for taste. This mouth-watering milkshake is served traditionally in a milkshake tin and is Chur Burger’s most popular beverage with 400 being sold a week!

20 Constance St, Fortitude Valley
P 3319 7890

Foxy Bean: Coffee and Maple Syrup

Foxy Bean serves up a refreshing alternative to your morning coffee during Brisbane’s balmy summer mornings. One of the most popular shakes on the menu, the coffee and maple syrup milkshake gives you a caffeine kick complete with a sweet maple finish. Not to mention it is the perfect beverage to pair with their local Honey Saverin, a tasty pudding comprising of yogurt, crushed pistachios and roasted stone fruit. Breakfast sorted!

896 Stanley St, Woolloongabba
P 3391 4990





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