WITH stunning views of Scarborough Boat Harbour, it’s no surprise that Moreton Bay Boat Club’s menu is absolutely packed with seafood.
Bill Cobb, the restaurant's Head Chef, says the modern Australian menu features plenty of options for seafood lovers with platters most popular, along with risotto and fettuccine.
And Bill has a good idea of what Peninsula diners enjoy, having owned Billy’s on the Bay for nine years at Margate.
An experienced hand with more than 50 years in the kitchen, Bill has a passion for creating food that diners enjoy has not waned.
“I just like playing with food. It makes people happy,” he says.
The Moreton Bay Boat Club is currently operating on reduced hours, so be sure to check their website before you book.
Bird O’Passage Pde, Scarborough
Phone: 3203 5188
THIS café is a heaven for cake lovers, with over 30 sweet treats to tempt them on any given day.
Owner Tony Torto says his range would be among the largest on the Peninsula and word is spreading.
“We have built up a big following of cake eaters. Our cakes (also) cater for the gluten intolerant and vegans,” he says. A sweet treat would not taste as good without a great cup of coffee.
“Being of Italian origin, I am very fussy about my coffee and pride myself on serving high quality coffee to our customers,” he says.
There are 12 bagel options for lunch, and a breakfast menu including smoked salmon, halloumi and avocado.
Bazil & Co is open Tuesday to Sunday, with operating hours currently altered slightly. Find out more here.
1/73 Landsborough Ave, Scarborough.
Phone: 3203 5781
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