Cliffords Grill and Lounge

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Price Range * Dinner over $30 (AUD)

Clifford's Grill and Lounge has brought heritage back to the Gold Coast. Named after the street attributed to 19th century world-class rower, Thomas Clifford, they are a modern eatery offering the raw flame of a grill house coupled with the contemporary competence of an inner city bar.

At Clifford's you eat. And you eat well. You're served. And you're served well. Their menu is telling of its intent: social grazing and solid taste testing ideal for groups of friends toasting the day with a post-work cocktail or sunset beer.

At Clifford's, they offer a contemporary menu that will incite the dining impulses of even the hardest to please. Simple, thoughtful meals, based on wholesome, hearty produce and fashioned for sharing - the perfect complement to great conversation in a beautifully relaxed setting.

Class and culture, salt and sophistication, with an emphasis on interaction, taste and relaxation, Clifford's is just what the Coast has been waiting for.

Come together over the finest food.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearTuesday6pm - 10pm
Wednesday6pm - 10pm
Thursday6pm - 10pm
Friday12pm - 3pm
Saturday12pm - 3pm
Sunday12pm - 3pm

Cuisine Types

Barbecue
Classic Australian
Gluten Free Available
Modern Australian
Share Plates
Steak
Steakhouse

Price Range

Main over $30 (AUD)

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
3032 Surfers Paradise Blvd
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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