Raw Lovely Too


Raw Lovely Too is an artisan vegan sweets shop found tucked away in the corner of a tiny suburban Thornlands shopping centre.

The chic little shop/café is worth a trip to the bay for its exquisite raw treats, not to mention its dazzling cakes and creations that can be ordered for any special occasion. 

Raw Lovely Too Thornlands

Customers can pop in and take their pick of any number of scrumptious raw mini-cupcakes (in flavours such as banana or salted caramel, double chocolate, lemon poppy or caramel latte), donuts and protein balls and there’s also a handful of baked treats like muffins and biscuits.

Raw Lovely Too Thornlands

The tiny café menu also includes light breakfast options like bircher muesli and chia bowls as well as savoury bites like nachos, hommus toast, super green or noodle salads.

Raw Lovely Too Thornlands

Drinks available include well-brewed coffee, smoothies, juices and nut milk.

Nice to know – Raw Lovely Too make some of the most amazingly creative raw cakes for special occasions that you’ll find anywhere in south east Queensland. Wholesale as well as retail, they supply many of Brisbane's best food outlets.

Need to know – There is free shopping centre parking onsite.

Raw Lovely Too

73 Panorama Dr


Opening hours

0406 105 841


73 Panorama Dr Thornlands

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