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Kuta Cafe - Mt Cootha
Australia

Situated adjacent to the Mt Coot-Tha lookout, Kuta Café has an informal atmosphere with sensational views of Brisbane. Offering a varied menu of ever popular food items complemented by a wide choice of chilled beverages, alcoholic drinks and sensational Grinders coffees and teas. Take a seat on the sun drenched terrace or choose to dine inside where floor to ceiling glass doors allow you to take in the views. There is also a quick serve ice cream area serving a range of popular scoop and packaged ice cream delights to add an extra element of indulgence.

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