Such a trendy little cafe with good views and even better food. If you're ever at Sanctuary Cove you must stop by and give this Cafe a go!
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While staying at the IC Sanctuary Cove for our holiday we decided to have our breakfasts and lunches here as it is only a short walk from the hotel. The food and coffee has improved since we were last here last year. I can only...More
This is my second review for Quay after my first one was very negative (and rightly so, it was a really bad experience). I swore I wouldn't go back but did when friends were in town and I was outvoted. To my total surprise, it...More
We found this cafe after wandering around the Sanctuary Cove shopping area, and it was a great find. Great food, and lovely freeze cold milk shakes on a very hot day. Lots of outdoor, covered seating so plenty of shade, and a timed light water...More
Simply the best coffee i have had on the coast the food is also fantastic the service is first class thanks to the team far a fantastic afternoon
The cafe with views, inside The Cove Village has a chill out, relaxing atmosphere, marine views, water breezes, largest outdoor & in seated dining for cold drinks, hot beverages, too many meals to choose from, breakies, brunch, lunches, snacks, great tasty treats, can takeaway beverages/drinks
My wife and I are locals and although there are several local cafes to choose from, we always choose Quay St. The wait staff are friendly, and Barry and Chantal (the owners) always make you feel welcome. Food is good and you can also enjoy...More
Located conveniently to the Intercontinental. Had breakfast here with the family. Coffee is very good. Good selection of food and drinks on the menu. I really enjoyed the corn fritters with salmon and avocado. Very generous size meals. Order at the counter, Service very efficient.
As someone who travels regularly throughout Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria for work, I thrive on having an excellent breakfast, however there is yet to be one place that can beat the quality and consistancy of the Quay Street Cafe!! Having been a local...More