Cabukee

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There are few suburbs on the Gold Coast built to encourage a sense of community well-being, however Emerald Lakes is one of them. Oozing the charm of a modern European-inspired…

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Daymaker Espresso

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About two years ago,  Daymaker Espresso popped up on the southern end of Pacific Avenue. Owners Andrew Madgwick (ex-52 Espresso) and Dylan Nesbit (ex-Barefoot, Elk, Blackboard and Paddock) had done…

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Black Lime Café

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While ‘Location, location, location’ is the big catch cry to success, there are some local favourites that have achieved modest success by going against the norm, choosing venues in hidden…

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The Oak Café

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Somehow, every time we visit Mudgeeraba we fall in love again. It’s because little things count. A greeting from wait staff or a friendly smile from the open kitchen, water…

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La Barrita

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“How come we’ve never been here before?” We shake our heads as we walk away from La Barrita, impressed. Nestled in between Fins and Bombay Cricketers Club in Salt Village,…

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Home Plate Kitchen

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Tucked around a corner off Mattocks Road, it’s unlikely that you’d stumble across Home Plate Kitchen unless you’d previously heard about it. But there are lots of reasons why you…

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Café Caribou

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Owning a café is everyone’s dream, or so it seems. It’s easy to be a critic, to go into a new place for breakfast and say that your eggs should…

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Mockingbird Cafe

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Every so often you meet someone whose enthusiasm is the driving force of an establishment. So strong, in fact, that it’s like a magnetic field, drawing you into its energy.…

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Chanoyu Japanese infused cafe

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It’s the Matcha chocolate ganache tart that gives it away – a pretty little pie case filled with two shades of green chocolate filling... “Oh my! There’s real talent here,”…

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Thaiger

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“Thaiger, Thaiger, burning bright, In the forests of the night…” The words of William Blake come to me as I realise my mispronunciation: ‘Thai-ger’, not ‘thigh-ger’. Derrrr…The light finally dawns.…

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