A food guide to Noosa Heads

Noosa Heads is a coastal town in Queensland state of Australia. It is around 140 kilometres from Brisbane city, capital of Queensland and is one of the most beautiful towns in Australia. It is a sleepy town with breathtaking views of the coast.

All I did in Noosa Heads was to eat and drink. The restaurants and bars along the beach were absolutely amazing. And the food was even more amazing. I was there with my friend about 3 years ago (yes, this post is a long time pending post) and I really enjoyed the various restaurants that we tried at Noosa Heads. So, here is the list of restaurants that we tried for the two days we were there.

A food guide to Noosa Heads

Locale

Locale is one restaurant where I enjoyed every single dish I tried. I loved everything about this restaurant. The food was very delicious and was a bliss. The service was great and the ambiance and the vibes were amazing.

Definitely try their Fiore Di Zucchine! That is one dish I can never forget.

  • Address: 62 Hastings Street
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Gaston Noosa on Hastings Street

The location of Gaston Noosa is amazing. It is just few minutes from the beach.

Corn fritters was something to die for. They have a chilli caramel twist and they are absolutely mind blowing.

  • Address: 2 Hastings Street
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Aromas Noosa Cafe

Aromas Noosa Cafe is great for breakfast and brunch. It is a French style cafe with cane back chairs. We tried the delicious poached eggs with hash browns and mushrooms.

  • Address: 32 Hastings Street
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Bistro C

Just on the beach, Bistro C offers great views with delicious food. It serves Australian cuisine. It is definitely a most relaxed and stylish restaurant I visited. I tried their big brekky and the pan cakes and both were awesome.

  • Address: 49 Hastings Street

Conclusion

I thoroughly enjoyed trying out different cuisines and food in Noosa.

All the opinions written is this post are solely my opinions and are unbiased.

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