The Brisbane Cheese Lovers’ Bible

Cheese fans, assemble! We’ve got all sorts of treats lined up for you in this selection of the top cheese spots in Brisbane.

Image credit: At Sixes and Sevens
Image credit: At Sixes and Sevens

At Sixes and Sevens

Fortitude Valley

Is there a finer sight on a cold winter’s day than a piping hot plate of mac ‘n’ cheese? It’s a matter of individual preference, of course, but the correct answer is obviously ‘no’. Especially if it’s Sixes and Sevens’ speciality mac and cheese, with gruyere, smoked cheddar and parsley. Our recommendation? Find a cosy spot by the fireplace and indulge in pure, cheesy bliss.

“Awesome antipasto plate and a good place to start off your night. Lots of awesome nooks in the bar if you’ve got a few people coming, you can feel like you’ve got your own private space.” – Anna9003

Image credit: Fromage The Cow
Image credit: Fromage The Cow

Fromage the Cow


Brisbane’s first ever dedicated fromagerie, Fromage the Cow is the brainchild of renowned French cheesemaster Tony Launay. It’s a restaurant/bar/cheese shop extravaganza, and promises creative dishes, hot coffee and wine pairings for every cheese. If you’re spoilt for choice, the truffled mushroom and gruyere toastie is utterly divine. Find out more here!

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Moose & Gibson


Moose & Gibson is one of the city’s yummiest foodie-centric cafes, with a deep understanding of both flavour and presentation. It’s a leafy, rustic place with a relaxed feel, and doubles up as a trendy music bar when the sun goes down. On the cheese front, the ‘Gibson Croque Monsieur’ is definitely where it’s at, with leg ham, red cheddar and oodles of melted gruyere. Ooh yes.

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Bris_Buffalo Bar

Buffalo Bar


Have you ever wanted to eat a hotdog covered in macaroni cheese? Well, then! We sense a trip to Buffalo Bar somewhere in your immediate future. If you haven’t, you really need to try it because this thing is special. It’s called the ‘Mac Doggy’, and it’s a New York-style hotdog coated in fresh mac and cheese, before being breaded, fried and served with caramelised onions and mustard. Glorious!

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Image credit: Miss Kay's
Image credit: Miss Kay’s

Miss Kay’s


Alright then, have you ever wanted to eat a burger covered in macaroni cheese? Then get thee to Miss Kay’s! Yes, everyone’s favourite beer-and-burger haven is proud to present the ‘Mac Daddy’, a magnificent bundle of beef, mac and cheese, American cheese, salad, barbeque sauce, mayonnaise and a side of their famous fries. Make no mistake; you will be thoroughly stuffed.

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