Black Dingo Cafe

Black Dingo Cafe has sprung to life beneath Point Danger Light (also known as the Captain Cook Memorial Light), overlooking Duranbah beach in Coolangatta. The venue is the latest from chef Marcondes Almeida Neto, who also owns the nearby Cooly Breeze Rooftop Restaurant & Bar. Once you manage to peel your gaze away from the mesmerising ocean view, head inside to the counter and get a glimpse of the cabinet that is brimming with treats and pastries that are imported from France and Portugal and baked onsite. As for the menu, expect traditional breakfast classics with a European twist. Among the selections, you’ll find B&E rolls alongside a Moreton Bay bug bao, a 12-hour slow-cooked lamb-shoulder baguette and the popular house-made focaccia. Rounding out Black Dingo Cafe’s offering are brews by Seven Miles Coffee Roasters, smoothies, gelato and ice-cream from Italy.


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