Flock Eatery

Redcliffe

Flock Eatery is a Redclffe gem, offering a farm-to-plate dining experience with stunning views across Moreton Bay.

The philosophy behind Flock Eatery is to have as little impact upon the environment as possible. with not just produce grown locally and ethically but even the crockery hand made on the Redcliffe Peninsular by local potter, Red Raku.

Flock Eatery Redclffe

Diners can pull up a seat at the timber slab table and munch away on one of the delcious offerings such as a pulled pork bun, kimchi bowl, zucchini fritters, or loop bowl (containing super fresh ingredients sourced via 'closed loop farming') whilst enjoying the water views.

Flock Eatery Redclffe

The coffee at Flock Eatery, whihc is also excellent, is roasted locally by Tim Adams, while some of the other drinks available are cold pressed juices, smoothies and teas. Plenty of goodies are also for sale from the cake cabinet, such as carrot cake, bliss balls and orange and almond slice.

Flock Eatery Redclffe

Nice to Know - Flock Eatery also sell Brisbane's very own Bee One Third Honey.

Flock Eatery Redclffe

Need to know - Street parking available along the Redcliffe waterfront.

In a nutshell - Food grown and prepared mindfully in a wholesome cafe worth driving to Redcliffe to visit.

*Opening times correct at time of visiting in May 2017. Lunch is available daily from 11am.

By Lucy Hordern

Flock Eatery

99 Redcliffe Pde

Redcliffe

Daily 7-2.30*

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3283 6647

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99 Redcliffe Pde Redcliffe

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