Gold Coast Restaurants
It’s time to rethink the way you perceive Gold Coast restaurants and the Queensland foodie scene. Why? Because this famous beach playground is developing some serious food cred with a bunch of dining destinations popping up along the coast. The Gold Coast is more than just the popular tourist hot spot, Surfers Paradise, it’s a string of suburbs along a glorious coastline, with an impressive lineup of restaurants that truly satisfy. The foodie reinvention going on in sunny Gold Coast caters to locals and tourists a like. Looking for a rich culinary scene? Look no further than Queensland’s coastline. The raft of restaurants is reinventing this much loved Australian destination for the better. Go for gold!
Gold Coast Restaurants: the breakdown
From fine dining destinations to family friendly eateries and restaurants boasting beautiful oceanic views, the Gold Coast delivers on all fronts.
Italian restaurant, Fellini Ristorante e Bar in Main Beach is fit for any fine dining occasion, while Alto Cucina & Bar offers a little bit of city style in a beachside location, with delicious Mediterranean tastes and share plates, tasty breakfasts, decadent desserts and luscious cocktails. It’s the taste on everyone’s lips.
There are cuisines to suit all palates and preferences on the Gold Coast, from Japanese at Benihana Japanese Steakhouse, where the chefs skillfully flick, chop, toss and juggle ingredients and utensils around the hot plate to Mediterranean at Kiva Han, your taste buds will be constantly exposed to new and exciting flavours. If you want to go on an international food safari all in the one night, the sleek dining room in the QT Hotel known as the Bazaar Restaurant has got your name on it. Set out in a market stall style, this buffet restaurant offers fresh and flavoursome produce from all corners of the globe, bringing new life to traditional, bland and boring buffet dining.
For families looking for a feed in a relaxed but welcoming setting, the Northcliff Surf Club has got your back. With views of famous Surfers Paradise beach, this award winning bistro will please both young and old.
Author: Georgia Smail, dimmi Chief Food Writer.
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