Brisbane’s Best Doughnuts

Who doesn’t love a good doughnut? They’re cinnamony, doughy and delicious. Luckily in Brisbane, you can find a drool-worthy doughnut in every corner of the city. There are healthy doughnuts and lavish doughnuts, and of course, the good old-fashioned too. Here is where to find some of our favourites!

Nodo Donuts

If you are trying to be a little bit healthy or need to avoid gluten, then Nodo Donuts is the place that you need to be. Nodo’s doughnuts are baked, not fried and are entirely gluten-free. Many of their doughnuts are also dairy-free and vegan. You might even find a delicious acai bowl there…

The Doughnut Bar

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If you are an Eat Street regular, then chances are you are pretty familiar with The Doughnut Bar in KombiAlley. With an array of decadent doughnuts on the menu, such as choc chip cookie dough and butterscotch brownie, you are bound to find a sweet treat that will satisfy your craving. They even have doughnut milkshakes and doughcones on the menu!

While you are at Eat Street, here are five foods that you need to try!


If you are ever on the northside with a doughnut hankering, head to Brewbakers in Albion. Here you will find a good old-fashioned doughnut, covered in cinnamon and sugar, and filled with jam, chocolate and butterscotch!

Le Bon Choix

For a caramel-filled doughnut, look no further than Le Bon Choix. Trust us, it will change your life! If caramel is not quite your style though, Le Bon Choix also has custard, chocolate and jam on the menu.

Still got a sugar-craving? Here are some of our other favourite places for dessert!

By Kate Nutting