The family-owned and operated Golden Ox is one of Moreton Bay Region's most iconic dining and events destinations, hosting phenomenal functions and exquisite dining experiences for over 40 years.
The Modern Australia restaurant is simply the perfect place on the peninsula to enjoy great food and fantastic service.
Owners Nick and Virginia Tzimas, together with award-winning Head Chef Peter Tzimas, event coordinator Lauren and their highly dedicated team, share a passion for exquisite food and first-class service.
Renowned for modern Australian cuisine with a classic twist, the exciting and inventive menu prepared by Head Chef Peter and his team boasts delightful, fresh local produce including seafood and beef.
Degustation delights include the Platinum Seafood Platter with fresh Mooloolaba prawns, oysters, scallops & crab. The Seafood Medley with fresh Moreton Bay bugs, mussels & fish fillet. The Morello Cherry Twice Cooked Duck. The Black Angus Sirloin. And last but not least, the mouthwatering Bombe Alaska.
Check out the range of speciality menus below:
The Golden Ox takes pride in providing great food complemented by wonderful service and a relaxing atmosphere. This attention to detail in all aspects of the business has seen the team win multiple awards including:
The Golden Ox owners are humbled by the accolades achieved and attributes the dining & events venue's success to their hardworking and dedicated team who aim to make every dining experience as enjoyable as possible, whether the outing is a simple, casual affair or a special occasion.
The Golden Ox is found north of Brighton across the Houghton Highway bridge over Bramble Bay in Margate, just 200 metres from Margate Beach along the Redcliffe peninsula. The establishment is located close to Clontarf, Scarborough, Newport, Kippa-Ring, North Lakes, Rothwell and Deception Bay.
330 Oxley Avenue, Margate QLD, Australia
07 3283 1833
Public holidays may vary
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