Cafe Lagarto

Samford

Cafe Lagarto provides an excellent excuse to relax by the fountains and flowers at the Samford Lifestyle Centre. With tables dotted around the gardens, it is possible to find a quiet corner to enjoy one's surroundings and a bite to eat.

Cafe Lagarto Samford

Cafe Lagarto serves locally roasted Abrisca Coffee, Noah's Juices, milkshakes, smoothies, and a tempting range of home made cakes and muffins. The all day menu includes eggs, wraps, pancakes and french toast, as well as a daily specials board for the latest seasonal salads and soups on offer.

Cafe Lagarto Samford

Be sure to set some time aside to browse The Orange Ostrich Arts and Crafts Shop, which is overflowing with unique sculptures and trinkets and located just next door to the cafe. Those with children will appreciate the fully fenced playground and child friendly menu.

Cafe Lagarto Samford

In a nutshell: Be inspired to plant some flowers while you enjoy coffee, cake or even lunch, in this beautiful nursery and garden centre.

Cafe Lagarto Samford

By Lucy Hordern

Cafe Lagarto

225 Mt Glorious Rd

Samford

Opening Hours

3289 3550

Map

225 Mt Glorious Rd Samford

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