The Margate Beach House has already become a popular place with the locals.The food is based on a modern Australian menu with highlights of fresh seafood and seasonal options.
It’s a fantastic spot with views over the Moreton Bay. The décor is ultra-modern nautical meets sophisticated beach house.
The food is based on a modern Australian menu with highlights of fresh seafood and seasonal options.
For entree, we tried the chicken and scallop spring rolls served with young coconut vinegar (think healthy soy sauce). Totally delicious. I could have tried a Charcuterie board, pork belly, Karaage chicken or arancini.
Then I tucked into a generously sized chicken schnitzel with a side of chips and coleslaw. The crumb was perfect. My dining partner enjoyed the beer battered fish and chips.
Be tempted by seafood dishes like a bucket of prawns, salt and pepper calamari, freshly shucked oysters, pan-roasted fish of the day or chilli and prawn linguine. The seafood platter is on our list to must-try for next time we visit.
The menu also includes a grilled cheese Wagyu burger, charred beef short rib and risotto of the day.
The dessert options include an artisan cheese board, hazelnut and salted caramel mousse with seasonal fruit (sounds divine) and baked cheesecake.
The bar is fully stocked from coffee on beans by Wolff, kombucha, cold-pressed juices, wine, beer on tap, cider and cocktails. The strawberry ‘vodka’ mojito is a crowd favourite.
There are menu options for gluten-free, vegetarians and kids.
After your meal, head for a walk along the boardwalk or do a little cycling around the neighbourhood.
The Margate Beach House is located on the corner as part of the Sebel Brisbane Margate Beach hotel.
About Sebel Margate Beach House
Margate Beach House is located at 1 McCulloch Avenue, Margate Beach, Brisbane QLD 4019
Open 7 days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Head to the Margate Beach House website to view the menus.