Cloverlea Cottage

Mt Glorious

Cloverlea Cottage at Mt Glorious is a mountain top cafe featuring stunning ocean views and a tempting seasonal menu to match.

With views overlooking Moreton Bay, Cloverlea Cottage offers an unbeatable brunch or lunch location. The tables on the deck of this converted 1930s dairy cottage provide a bird's eye view of the surrounding valleys which explains its popularity as a destination in itself.

Cloverlea Cottage Mt Glorious

Serving organic Grinders coffee, and a range of loose leaf teas, juices and milkshakes, the cafe is also well known for its freshly prepared scones, cakes and slices. Cloverlea Cottage has a fully licensed bar which stocks a range of local and international beer, wine and spirits.

Cloverlea Cottage Mt Glorious

At Cloverlea Cottage the fresh mountain air complements their seasonal menu including soup of the day, curry of the day, beef bowls, pastas, salads and seafood.

Cloverlea Cottage Mt Glorious

Nice to know - Look out for the monthly Friday night dinners which are an ideal opportunity to see the lights of Brisbane from afar.

Cloverlea Cottage Mt Glorious

By Lucy Hordern

Cloverlea Cottage

1814 Mt Glorious Rd

Mt Glorious

Opening hours

Licensed

3289 0145

Map

1814 Mt Glorious Rd Mt Glorious

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