Where to eat and drink in Albany Creek

Published 12:23pm 12 October 2018

Where to eat and drink in Albany Creek
Words by Kylie Knight

French & Mor, Albany Creek

Imagine a cabinet full of bright cakes and pastries, European bread baskets and coffee and new flowers. You 're not in a cafe in Paris, but you may be close.

French and Mor is a delicious Parisian slice and the perfect place to enjoy a comfortable breakfast , lunch or special occasion. For nearly nine years, the bakery, patisserie, and high tea cafe have been open and owner Paul Jones has worked hard to create something different.

With 15 varieties of cakes and sweets exclusively from Le Bon Choix as well as eight delicious flavours of macaroons.

Interestingly, Paul is not a sweet tooth. “I’m more savoury, which is probably a good thing,” he laughs.

The cafe’s modern French high tea expertly combines both with a selection of T2 teas and Elixir coffee.

“It’s all about colour and it’s different,” he says.

Shop 1, 2 Dawn Rd, Albany Creek

Phone: 3264 1555

Where to eat and drink in Albany Creek

Portabella restaurant & bar, Albany Creek

For more than eight years, a Friendly atmosphere and fine cuisine have made Portabella restaurant famous amongst diners.

General manager Grant Hadden says: “We’ve stuck to the basics and it’s worked … high quality food with superior service.”

Head chef Kumara Sedarage has created a modern Australian menu with Mediterranean influence. His signature dish is 12-hour slow braised pork belly. The Mediterranean platter is also popular, with grilled peri peri chicken souvlaki, beef kofta, grilled haloumi, Greek salad, croutons, hummus, minted yoghurt and pitta.

Finish with something sweet, the crème brûlée is a huge favourite and if you can’t decide, get your hands on the dessert tasting platter, sure to be a winner.

24/720 Albany Creek Rd, Albany Creek

3264 8044

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