Foodie's Guide to Redcliffe | Gourmand & Gourmet

Suburban foodies: Redcliffe

‘If everyone else jumped off a cliff, would you jump too?’

Well Ma, if it’s Redcliffe you’re referring to, the answer is hell yes. Before you head off to this seaside paradise in Moreton Bay, take a peek at the places to eat below.

The Belvedere

No, no Brisbane – unlike those shots you slammed in Stockies during your freshie years, this is one Belvedere-filled time you won’t regret. Channelling beachside vibes to a tee thanks to sun-drenched decks and an easy, breezy beer garden, The Belvedere also boasts a modern Australian menu, with chilli prawn pizzas and fresh seafood parcels perfectly paired with cocktail balloons and premium wines on tap.


Here’s one to make you shake your tail feathers’ this chic eatery in Redcliffe is spreading its wings under the guidance of head chef Geoff Abel and providing the local community with great farm-to-plate delights. Flock on over for amazing seasonal smoked pumpkin or pimento cheese omelette made with ingredients sourced straight from local growers.

Preece’s at the Jetty

Under the boardwalk, and down by Preece’s lies the chorizo gnocchi your body’s been waiting for. A hidden gem amongst the hustle and bustle of the Redcliffe Parade, Preece’s at the Jetty sports a seriously Mediterranean-inspired menu, boasting every pasta under the sun, a great pizza selection, and their very own house-made sorbets and gelato.

Cactus Jack’s Tex Mex Bar & Grill

The salty air’s taking care of your lungs, but you’ll need Cactus Jack’s spicy Tex Mex to make your heart race. Spice up your life with their jalapeño poppers or take the heat with their house-special chimichanga, chock-full of Mexican pork, achiote chicken, or smoky chipotle prawn alongside sour cream, ranchero salsa, rice, salad, and good ol’ guac.

Mon Komo Hotel

Practice the KonMari method by licking your plate clean at the restaurant in Mon Komo Hotel at Marine Parade! Head into its Cabana Bar + Kitchen for the perfect espresso in the morning, followed by espresso martinis at night and insta-worthy food platters all day round.


Does it spark joy Brisbane? Yes, yes indeed.

We’ve looked into your future and sea a feast on the horizon….

Words by Jacqueline Pon
- the gourmand left wanting More(ton)