Where we eat in Noosa
We list a selection of our favourite restaurants, bars and cafes recently tried and enjoyed by our Head of Marketing. If you're planning a trip to the sunny Noosa shire, we highly recommend the below.
With its quirky decor, El Capitano is a great spot to enjoy a cocktail and a 72-hour fermented sourdough pizza after a long day at the beach.
A bar and restaurant catering to a slightly younger crowd, serving up an a La Carte menu, antipasto boards and bar bites until late.
With an impressive vista over Noosa's Laguna Bay, Bistro C is the perfect choice for lunch and you can choose from a selection of recipes inspired by the amazing local produce of the region.
A takeaway health bar serving Allpress coffee, smoothies, acai bowls and raw treats.
If you're a fan of coffee and gin then you need to try Moonstruck, a small bar combining their very own boutique coffee with a unique range of locally sourced gins.
This sophisticated Italian restaurant is not to be missed, located on the National Park end of Hastings street serving authentic Italian dishes (including wood-fire pizzas) with all produce from their very own farm in Noosa.
Embracing the power that food is medicine, Vanilla Food's menu is tasty, wholesome and made from seasonal produce. It's a great choice for breakfast or lunch and it's also conveniently located next to one of our favourite shops in the area - Clo Studios.
Handcrafted gelato popsicles which has been coined as happiness on a stick.
A relaxed restaurant featuring a delicious Asian-inspired menu - with its quirky fit out, Light Years is a fun place to stop for a lunchtime Bao and cocktail.
Located in Noosa Junction, Bombetta is a simple and authentic Italian restaurant with an impressive wine list and dessert menu.
A lively cali-mex inspired restaurant and bar just off the main strip of Noosa Junction with an impressive Tequila and Mezcal menu, a large Mexican beer list and some of the best Margaritas in town.