Elm Haus Cafe

Mt Glorious

Ignore the weathered appearance of the outside of Elm Haus and step inside for a dose of old world rustic charm, Euro lodge style – exposed beams, comfy old couches, leadlight lamps, a wood stove, chandeliers and mask-adorned walls. In one corner are a stash of dusty table games, in another some books and a verandah out back looks over a lush rainforest garden.

And while the décor and mismatching vintage crockery may be last century, the menu is up-to-the-minute: expect organic leaf tea, chai lattes, excellent coffee and Dutch black cocoa as beverages and meals with a Mediterranean/Middle Eastern flavour – think Moroccan chicken skewers or panfried chorizo, pumpkin and goats cheese salad.

Sweet treats – all delicious - include Devonshire teas with home-baked scones, cannoli and tirimasu, with the stand out being the home-made country style apple pie.

Whilst pleasant in summer, this makes a perfect winter refuelling stop.

Elm Haus Cafe

Glorious Rd

Cnr Browns Rd

Mt Glorious

Sat-Sun 9-5

3289 0210

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Mount Glorious Road, Mount Glorious, Queensland

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