Letoria's Cafe

Redland Bay

LeToria's Café is a hidden gem tucked away inside Lagoon View Nursery in Redland Bay, open to customers on weekends.

Down the garden path the only clue that a café is secreted behind the bushes is a small sign and crimson parasol. Through the opening, another path leads to a cute turquoise kiosk on the edge of the lagoon.

LeToria's Café Redland Bay

There are plenty of seating options including a shaded deck with Acapulco chairs overlooking a children’s play area, and a row of pergolas all with water views, perfect for enjoying a picnic in Redland.

LeToria's Café Redland Bay

Coffee on pour is a boutique blend roasted locally by Grassroots Espresso. It goes down a treat with LeToria’s selection of sweet and savoury eats like baked lemon tarts, mini cheesecakes and savoury muffins.

LeToria's Café Redland Bay

Nice to know – LeToria’s is both a child-friendly cafe and a dog-friendly cafe. Make a day of it with one of Redland Bay's gorgeous waterfront walks.

LeToria's Café Redland Bay

Need to know – The café is only open on weekends and is cash only. 

By Deb Lidster

LeToria's Cafe

Lagoon View Nursery

134-158 Lagoon View Rd

Redland Bay

Opening Hours

0416 310 015

Map

134-158 Lagoon View Rd Redland Bay

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