Writer and fitness enthusiast living in beautiful Redcliffe, Queensland.
Published October 23rd 2012
Don't Leave Bulcock Beach Without Visiting Rosey's
Picture this - gorgeous beach, amazing location, sunny weather. One thing missing, right? A filling meal and delicious coffee to suit. Well imagine no longer - Rosey's On The Beach fits right in on the Bulcock Beach & Boardwalk and is ready to help make your holiday dream a reality.
The location is one of the many highlights of Rosey's appeal. Found on the corner of Otranto and Tay Ave, it's got a great place across the road from the Boardwalk. Rosey's - perfect for a pitstop on a big walk from Kings Beach, through Clarke Place and past Bulcock Beach.
The Grommet Omelette - made with three eggs, ham, cheese, mushroom, onion with thick toast and grilled tomato ($16)
They've got a good variety of items to choose from on the menu here. My meal this particular morning was the Grommet Omelette - made with three eggs, ham, cheese, mushroom, onion with thick toast and grilled tomato ($16) was great. I ordered an extra hash brown and some avocado which really filled it out. The onion was pretty strong in my meal - not overpowering but I'm sure there would be some people out there who wouldn't enjoy it as much.
A chocolate Freckle with my cappuccino - a nice touch
One of my breakfast guests opted for the Pancake Zone with maple syrup and ice cream ($12) while the other went with the Benny Barrel - poached eggs on English muffin with grilled tomato and house-made hollandaise. She went with the vegetarian variety ($15). They both polished off their plates.
Bulcock Beach and Boardwalk are right over the other side of the road
We decided to take our meals outside - it was a beautiful day, we could see the northern tip of Bribie Island in the background and they had plenty of shade. They also had an indoor area - with a couple of tables, and some old couches. It just didn't have the appeal that sitting outside in such a lovely location offered.
Rosey's already has my vote. I'm looking forward to coming back to dinner some time soon - I hear the pizzas are amazing and cheap. I had a peak at the menu, as cheap as $10 for the Garlic and Cheese up to $18 for the Garlic Prawns. Sounds good to me. The desserts also sound delectable, with Death By Chocolate, Oreo Cheesecake, Lemon Meringue and Flourless Chocolate Cake all just $9.
The vegetarian Benny Barrel - poached eggs on English muffin with grilled tomato and house-made hollandaise ($15)