Birches Restaurant is nestled on top of picturesque Mount Mee. This wonderful upmarket a la carte licensed restaurant enjoys spectacular views of the surrounding rural countryside and out to the Redcliffe Peninsula, Moreton Bay, Moreton Island and beyond. Whatever the season, day or night, you will enjoy the ambience this unique Queenslander provides.
The restaurant provides a large open area featuring a high raked timber ceiling, solid brushbox timber floors and the centre piece being a magnificent fireplace. Wander through open glass french doors to large verandahs where a relaxed cafe style awaits you. The environment that greets you is one of harmony between an abundance of wildlife and the countryside.
You are welcome to come and enjoy just a coffee, but why not stay for a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner, soaking up the atmosphere and warm ...read more
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What a romantic restaurant. After a relaxing drive up the mountain range, taking in all the panoramic views, you eventually arrive at this cozy little restaurant, with a fire place in the centre of the room and candles on the table. The waitress we had was lovely and very accommodating for my special requests. The food was delicious, along with the wine. The only criticism would be that the meals all look the same - they could be more creative with their presentation. Also there was a rather long wait for out meals. But all in all a wonderful dining experience was had by all. Will go there again.
We went on a Sunday for my fathers birthday. The food and sevice was fantastic, though it was strange that all the mains came on a potato bed. The only thing to complain about was the time it took from ordering to the arrival of the meal. it may have been cos the place was full, but we waited over 2 hours for our meals. They may need to consider taking less bookings if they cannot keep up with the amount of customers.
but all in all a good meal, however due to the time spent waiting for a meal and personal time constraints we missed out on the desert, which we've heard is brilliant