This darling café is a bit of an institution in Noosa. Offering fresh local produce and an unpretentious atmosphere, 10 Hastings Street is open from breakfast right through until dinner. Championing handmade goodness, you can expect all kinds of locally produced ingredients, from hand rolled goats cheese to local Mooloolaba prawns. The extensive bar menu is available all day long.
A modern spacious setting with simple and fresh décor, One Fifty proudly offers a casual dining experience with first-class cuisine. With a contemporary menu serving up a modern take on the classics, their leafy outdoor terrace is a haven of activity on weekends and relaxed balmy nights.
This fun, buzzing and ultra-chic Italian restaurant brings unbelievably authentic wood-oven pizza to Noosaville. Bookings are essential, and that’s because the incredible food goes beyond the mouth-watering pies. There are delicate share plates, salumi and cheese boards, fresh-made pasta and a bar to sip and savour Italian wines. It’s casual with a pinch of class and guarantees a fun and full-belly night.
A neighbourhood burger joint swinging American-style feeds, 5 Boroughs brings indulgent dining to the bustling Racecourse Road precinct. Housed within a refurbished Queenslander boasting genuine suburban charm and generous outdoor dining, it’s a perfect spot for a feast with friends (or a classic hangover cure).
A modern and generous neighbourhood eatery sprawling over two storeys, 85 Miskin Street brings high-quality fine dining to the streets of Toowong. Serving up modern Australian all-day fare, their wine menu is a feature in its own right, with a hand-picked selection of local and international drops. For something special, try out their breakfast degustation menu with matching drinks.