We’ve rounded up some of the best Valentine’s Day dining and eating suggestions in and around Kirra Beach every Valentine’s Day
My Gelato Kirra – 1 Douglas street, Kirra Beach – Less than 50 metres away
If you have ever been to Italy you know how special the Gelato is, well literally at our door step we have some very traditional yummy gelato. The staff are always welcoming and friendly. The gelato is not overly sweet and you will have to stop myself at a double scoop. Try the dragon fruit or mango or Jaboticaba flavour (a Brazilian fruit not very common to find in Australia) but really all the flavours are a winner. It’s the real deal don’t miss it.
GG’s Cafe Kirra – 48 Musgrave Street , Kirra – Less than 70 metres away
Val and her team at GG’s have created a friendly environment where customers feel like friends. Its a great place for breakfast and not over priced. Early morning coffee is a good start on holidays, this great location over looking Kirra Beach. Yes please, I highly recommend the fresh juices, the organic coffee and the avocado on Turkish. The homemade berry jam is pretty awesome as well.
Kirramisu Cafe and Restaurant – 74 Musgrave Street , Kirra – Less than 100 metres away
Kirramisu’s mission statement is – it’s the little cafe / restaurant with a big soul – just drop in once, we promise you’ll be back again and again….I think they are correct The food is always fresh and well presented. The staff are great, giving good service and attention to detail. The fish ‘board special’ is my favourite, as the flavour of the fish is enhanced by, not overwhelmed by, the different sauces.
Bread + Butter – 76 Musgrave Street , Kirra – Less than 100 metres away
If you are looking for a place to have great tapas and drinks…. this is the place!!!! They specialise in Tapas, pizza and pasta. The atmosphere is really nice, the staff are really friendly and the tapas are AMAZING!!!!
Located just over the road from Kirra Beach in the main stretches of eateries Bread and Butter has a feel of being trendy to go to amongst youth. With music playing pretty loudly this is not a place for fine dining but a great casual place to enjoy a drink, good food and good company.
Bin 72 – 72 Marine Parade – Shop 121, Coolangatta – 1.2km away
This is a newly opened restaurant, The food’s design interests us as much as that of the venue. Open at both lunch and dinner, The menu is built around small and large plates, supplemented by specials. It’s in the ‘need to try’ category – some of our best casual cuisine on the coast. Try the Pulled pork taco with pickled wombok, sensational Crab-filled fried zucchini flowers and Beef cheeks with green beans, tahini sauce, fennel salad and fried shitake mushrooms.
Cafe Ambiente 1 Douglas street, Kirra Beach – Less than 50 metres away
Serving modern and traditional homemade meals. Sensational coffee and homemade cakes. Breakfast and lunch seven days. Dinner Friday and Saturday nights
It has an internationally influenced menu with great selections from Brekky bruschetta; Buttermilk pancakes with strawberries, banana and maple syrup; Chipolatas with tomato ragout; Double roasted duck with boy choy, creamy mash and orange star anise glaze; Asian spiced pork belly with Asian slaw and warm apple sauce. They have a weekly specials board, with menu items such as Black Tasmanian Mussels with light chilli, spinach and coconut broth served with toasted sour dough; Warm lamb salad. Another place that needs to be listed as a must try.