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Dining out on Bribie Island

Posted: 2pm 26 Nov 2018

Bribie Island Surf Club Bistro offers a laid-back dining atmosphere with award-winning meals and stunning ocean views.

The menu is refreshed on a seasonal basis and boasts fresh produce locally sauced wherever possible.

The chefs have created an excellent range of fresh and cooked seafood dishes, as well as offerings from the “grill” and decadent salads, pasta dishes, light meals and snacks. This wonderful menu has been inspired by the club’s waterfront location.

With its modern Australian feel, the menu includes children’s options and a bonus activity bag to keep them occupied and entertained.

Dinner is served every day from 5pm.

First Ave, Woorim

Phone: 3408 2141

Evolve Espresso Bar, Bribie Island

Healthy eating at this island cafe is simple with a menu that includes vegan, vegetarian, paleo and gluten-free meals.

The cafe grows its own organic salad greens and edible flowers, while all fruits and vegetables are grown locally from spray-free farms.

Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and coffee — from a flat white or cappuccino to a cold drop coffee and single origin blends.

The cake cabinet is filled with freshly baked peanut butter and chocolate brownies; banana, date and walnut bread, plus muffins.

The house specials board includes a variety of interesting meals — ranging from pomegranate spinach, caramel red onion and roasted veggies to southern-style avocado cornbread served with roasted cherry tomatoes, grilled halloumi and pea puree.

241 Goodwin Drive, Bongaree

Phone: 0450 449 715

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