Manly Harbour Village’s thriving dining precinct is one of Greater Brisbane’s best kept secrets. But we would be ‘shellfish’ to keep it that way!
Just a short drive away from the crowded and often expensive eateries of Brisbane, a growing Bayside foodie scene is delighting locals and tourists alike.
With mouth-watering dining options, fresh seafood and local produce in abundance, food lovers are spoiled for choice. Take in the marina view at Tide on the Jetty while you tuck into a chilled local seafood taste plate. And you will begin to get a taste for what makes this destination so special.
“It’s a really close community – it’s always great to see locals getting out and supporting local businesses,” says SeaVibes Manly owner Jonathan York. “We are in a great location just opposite the marina, with incredible views and takeaway options too.”
For a fresh take on the breakfast classic, try the popular smoked cod eggs benny at SeaVibes, or order takeaway fish tacos and migrate to the water’s edge instead.
If seafood isn’t for you, there are plenty more gourmet flavours from around the world on the high street Cambridge Parade. Don’t go past Lido Italia for authentic Italian pizza and pasta, the exotic flavours of Thai Boat, or the fresh French butter croissants at Le Bistro Patisserie. Cambridge Lane Espresso + Kitchen and Manly Kitchen are local brunch and coffee favourites.
Prefer to be your own chef? For all your fresh food essentials, visit The Local Butcher, Manly Baker & IGA Manly (Jones & Co Grocer) located in the 7 Day Markets Shopping Centre, on the corner of Cambridge Parade and Stratton Terrace.
Whatever your flavour, there’s something to please everyone in Manly Harbour Village.
For more information view the latest A Taste of Manly Guide
Please ensure you follow current COVID requirements when dining as directed by QLD Government.