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Gluten free treats My favourite coffee shop is Rafter and Rose. I love the ambience both inside



Bakehouse Steakhouse – Set inside a former bakery, this award-winning restaurant offers exceptional steaks, delicious sides and endless fries. Brookwater Barista – Tasty options including a keto-friendly omelette, Cuban sandwich, and lamb and goats cheese croquettes are why this restaurant is a winner. Brothers Leagues Club – Find a menu with produce sourced from Queensland including a wagyu rump and tiger prawn salad with mango, macadamias and grilled sourdough. Chai House Cafe – All day breakfast, dishes with Nepalese leanings and a lovely wine menu set Chai House apart. Try the Nepalese Wok Noodles, house-made chicken momos or breaky brunch on board! Club Services Ipswich (CSI) – Expect award-winning service and a menu full of pub favourites with modern options including a Buddha bowl salad, BBQ bourbon rack of ribs and pumpkin and sweet potato frittata. Fourthchild Cafe and Restaurant – Inside a heritage building, Fourthchild delights with a menu full of local produce. Try the eggs Benedict, Moreton Bay bug linguini or Ruben sandwich. Homage Restaurant – This two chef-hatted restaurant pays respect to the land and If you’re looking for a top place to eat out, try Ipswich’s 2022 Best of Queensland restaurants... Ipswich's best in food

and outside. The prolific plants set the scene for a beautiful cool environment. This cafe is one of the few where I can get a decadent gluten and dairy free muffin or slice and sometimes even a piece of cake. I simply do not get to enjoy it often enough! Lucie B

Beautifully presented, ambient lighting, music and modern decor throughout. Three dining options, consistently providing the best experiences. Shamrocks – traditional and affordable club favourites with exceptional dishes made from the finest seasonal ingredients. Finns Café – gourmet share-plates, light meals and treats. Sports Bar – boasts its own menu and numerous large screen televisions for catching all the live sporting action. The kids get looked after too, with lots of complimentary offerings. Redefining club dining in Ipswich! Location-Dot Wildey Street, Raceview QLD 4305 phone (07) 3817 2999 ARROW-POINTER celebrates paddock to plate by growing vegetables, herbs and fruits onsite and sourcing local meat. Indian Tadka – Produces delightful modern fusion dishes. Find crunchy eggplant chaat, creamy charcoal kulfi and favourites like korma and madras. Moselles Cafe + Restaurant – Enjoy a meal with a view over the lake and elevated simple dishes. A standout is the smashed avo with haloumi and poached eggs. The Prince Alfred Hotel – Has the largest craft beer bar in the Southern Hemisphere and serves up fresh red claw, tomahawk steaks and local gourmet ice cream. Pumpyard Bar and Brewery – Taste beers brewed onsite and dishes to match from a chef who hails from New York. Try the loaded fries, chicken ‘n’ waffles and beer mussels.

Chai House Cafe

Homage Restaurant

Racehorse Hotel – Inspired by local produce, the menu features dishes with fresh seafood, succulent steaks, pastas and pub classics. UB’s Milk Bar – Serves house-made ice cream, milkshakes, burgers and fries with a retro theme. Try traditional and contemporary flavours.

Brothers Leagues Club Ipswich


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