Mahjoh's Cafe


Overlooking Bell's Beach at Clontarf, Mahjoh's Cafe is a laid-back spot to enjoy a home-cooked cake or brunch.

There are lounges and tables dotted around the cafe which doubles as a mini-emporium selling eclectic clothing, handmade gifts and artworks painted by local artists.

Mahjoh's Cafe, Clontarf

Mahjoh's Cafe serves Aromas coffee, a selection of teas and juices as well as quiches, omelettes, wraps, toasties, cakes and slices which are freshly prepared onsite each day.

Mahjoh's Cafe, Clontarf

There are tables outside Mahjoh's Cafe which are perfect for canine companions and there is a children's corner featuring chalk board, board games and books to keep little ones entertained.

Mahjoh's Cafe, Clontarf

Visitors to the cafe are encouraged to play the piano or borrow a book from the community library. Be sure to take the children to Pelican Park (over the road), where there is a fenced play area and direct access to Moreton Bay Cycleway. 

Mahjoh's Cafe, Clontarf

In a nutshell - Home-style cafe boasting water views, serving Aromas coffee and selling clothing, gifts and artworks painted by local artists.

Nice to know - Street parking available along Hornibrook Esplanade and over the road at Pelican Park.

By Lucy Hordern

Mahjoh's Cafe

150 Hornibrook Esp


0405 344 593

Opening Hours


150 Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf

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