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Summit Restaurant Bar - Mt Cootha
Australia

Spectacular Views From Every Table The restaurant layout is designed with terraced seating inside for up to 140 guests flowing to an open deck outside so everyone is assured panoramic views of Brisbane and the surrounds. The Summit offers regularly changing menu's of contemporary, quality cuisine. Fully licensed, the wine list offers an extensive selection of premium Australian Wines, with many offered by the glass.

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