5 based on 319 reviews
Colourful Modern Australian/French Cafe : we offer all sorts of coffees (dairy and non dairy) and a range of Breakfast/brunch/lunch dishes (mains, salads, sandwiches...) as well as daily baked goods: french croissants, chocolate croissants, baguettes and
I was staying in an apartment at Mermaid beach. Because of my late arrival, and jet lag, I couldn't sleep. Got up very early to walk on the beach and watch the sun come up, then wandered around looking for some breakfast. Found this place. It wasn't due to open for another 45 minutes, but the menu looked good, so I sat at one of their outdoor tables, reading my book until teh staff started to arrive. I explained that I was waiting for breakfast, and as soon as they were open, one of the waiting staff came over, to ask me which table I would like, and was very solicitous in making sure that I had everything that I needed.They made me an excellent omelette, and some very good sourdough toast, and a big pot of tea. It was all delicious. I returned another morning, and had a slightly customised version of their eggs benedict. On both occasions the staff could not have been better, the food was very good indeed, and if I'm ever back over there, I shall have breakfast there again. Highly recommended. (They do take-out and fresh baked goods too).
4 based on 699 reviews
The award-winning Little Truffle Dining Room and Bar has been a favourite with both locals and tourists since opening in 2010. The popular venue is located on the corner of the Gold Coast Highway and Bondi Avenue in Mermaid Beach. Guests can enjoy an inti
We had been recommended this as a quality dining location on the Gold Coast.Unfortunately the food, service and experience did not justify the visit.The food was very average (even though we both love truffles) and the choice and capacity to deal with a gluten allergy were woeful. The service timing and table set up made the visit a disaster.
4 based on 139 reviews
Cocotte Dining, unique style of Japanese French cuisine in Robina. As the name suggests, it is a cozy French bistro style restaurant with signature dish of casserole and culture served amid the enticing aromas of an open kitchen. We have been here for 5 y
My wife and I love French cuisine and here we have a very interesting combination of French and Japanese which work well together.Itâs a small restaurant and for a welcome change, very quiet. A rare find that you can have a conversation without shouting, or hearing people across the room. Admittedly we visited mid-week and it was not very full, but a wonderful ambiance indeed.A very interesting menu that offers al a carte, a two-course set menu, or a three-course set menu. We chose the three-course set menu and were not disappointed.The food was simply delicious and beautifully presented. The service was efficient but a little slow between courses, but I suspect the chef was a perfectionist which does take a little more time.When I booked on-line it asked if it was a special occasion and I mentioned it was my wifeâs birthday. When the deserts arrived, there were sparklers on my wifeâs dish, which thrilled her somewhat. A lovely touch.When we had finished eating the owner/chef introduced himself which gave us the opportunity to thank him. He also came to the door and said goodnight when we left.A wonderful evening and we are already planning to returnThank you very much for your wonderful review!!It's great to hear that you are happy with us and planning next visit.And I appreciate you understanding us that taking time to provide our food.We are trying to make our customers happy as much as we can.We will keep up our job and try to make you happy again on your next visit.Thanks again and looking forward to seeing you next time!!Warm RegardsShunichi Tanabe (Chef/Owner)Cocotte Dining
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