Tasty Noosa

Sue Mikkelsen - Wednesday, June 24, 2015
We really are spoilt when it come to tastes in Noosa - from award-winning 5-star dining and beachfront cocktails to a good old-fashioned bakery pie or a burger with the works. And it's not just the cuisine we're spoilt with - the destination is half the fun of deciding where to go.

Take a seat with a gorgeous view along a beach strip or Noosaville's own “Eat Streets” along the river on Gympie Terrace and Thomas Street, cosy up at a country cafe, warm up by a fireplace, watch the action on Hastings Street, indulge at a festive degustation, treat yourself with a holiday ice cream or find your favourite freshly roasted coffee beans for a warming cup to keep you going. We even have Wonder-nuts - gourmet doughnuts injected with chocolate and caramel!

We're blessed to be surrounded by fresh produce on tap - With the Noosa River, fertile countryside and Coral Sea at our doorstep, local eateries love to serve fare that is fished, farmed and produced in the Noosa region.

With fresh food in abundance and no shortage of scenic spots, a picnic in the warm winter sun is as easy as picking up a hamper from a gourmet deli or filling your basket at a weekend market.

There are some new tastes on the block including Betty Burgers & Concrete Co (no relation to the famous Betty's Burgers that visitors from years ago will know, but named after another lovely lady named Betty) is a classic new burger shack on Hastings Street, serving mouth-watering burgers.

Read about a long-time Noosa favourite, Sails Restaurant in a review by journalist Tiana Templeman who droped in for lunch at Sails, right on the beachfront on Noosa Main Beach and discovered the regionally inspired food, glorious beach views and friendly service that leave diners smiling. READ THE REVIEW HERE.

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