108 Limestone Street‚ Ipswich

Set inside a charming heritage Queenslander on Limestone Street sits The Cottage Restaurant built in 1861, an Ipswich establishment for delectable cuisine in distinctive surrounds. Once a home, converted bedrooms now serve as thoughtfully appointed dining spaces giving a touch of seclusion warmed by fireplaces with extra room available out on a verandah, enjoyed most at dusk. To eat, find seasonal and local cuisine with Mediterranean influence.

During the day they serve morning tea, lunch and high teas. At night come and experience intimate fine dining with candle lit tables. Celebrate that special occasion.

They also cater for functions for 10 or more people and you can have your own private room.

  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining
  • Non Smoking
  • Private Dining Area
  • Suitable for Functions

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Recent Reviews


Feb 2021

Delightfull Lunch

I've been to the Cottage Restaurant several times and have never been disappointed with the personal service from Angela and staff, lovely atmosphere and delicious food from Mark. more »


Nov 2020

Superb lunch

Our Hostess Angela was warm professional and so welcoming ,the care of her service par excellence 'from ordering to helpful suggestions .. to been served the most delicious delightful seafood... more »


Jun 2020

Little gem for special occasion

Romantic ambience, cute historic venue. On the night we attended we had a bit of a wait for the food to arrive. We enjoyed our entrees and eagerly awaited mains... the steak was good juicy tender... more »


Oct 2020

The ambience was fine, the

The ambience was fine, the waitresses were unobtrusive. The seafood linguine that I had heard great reviews about was no better than a packet of noodles. My wifes pork medallion dish was way way way... more »


Aug 2020

Great little Ipswich Restaurant

Food was absolutely beautiful, I cannot fault it. Lovely ambience and wait staff were great. The only fault we had was the wait for meals.. an hour and a half for mains!! that was pretty... more »