Situated on the Gold Coast, Broadbeach is a bustling precinct with a new wave of wine bars and eateries taking the beachside suburb by storm. Exciting new Broadbeach restaurants are bringing new foodie life and culture to the popular tourist destination, that for years, has been well known for its theme parks and metermaids who stroll the sunny streets of nearby suburb, Surfers Paradise. This part of the coast has so much to offer when it comes to food so get out and explore the dynamic dining scene today!
It’s a close 10 out of 10 for this fine dining Japanese eatery. The attention to detail from start to finish is second to none. From hot towels on arrival (don’t we all love this gesture) to the highly personalised service and the small parting gift when you depart, the team at Ten Japanese do everything in their power to ensure you come away with a 10 out of 10 experience. It’s a classy act. Enter Ten through its heavy sliding metal doors and say goodbye to the high rise beachside strip. Whether you opt for the set or al la carte menu, you will be treated to top quality dishes every time, with chefs working tirelessly to create culinary delights that are beautifully presented and made with great precision.
Although situated out of the hustle and bustle of Broadbeach and the big lights, this small, low ceilinged, intimate restaurant is a terrific treasure that's not to be overlooked. The service is professional, yet warm and friendly, and the food that's pumped out of their teeny tiny kitchen is truly exciting. Seared scallops and prawns with fresh coconut shavings will do wonders for your taste buds and the ender eye fillet will have you begging for more, so be sure to savour every bite. Verve serves a six course degustation menu, as well as a la carte. Pop into this Broadbeach beauty the next time you're in the area.
Be transported to Morocco and experience all the sights, smells and sounds of the marvelous country, right from Broadbeach Australia. Well-known eatery, Mecca Bah dishes out flavoursome, tempting dishes time and time again, in an ambient and vibrant setting. Step off the busy Broadbeach streets and let one of the friendly and knowledgeable waiters walk (or technically talk) you through the exciting array of food and beverages. Spicy tagines, spicy lamb boureks, sweet potato falafels, swordfish with couscous and Moroccan calamari are just some of the aromatic and generously sized dishes at Mecca Bah.
Author: Georgia Smail, dimmi Chief Food Writer.
Image source: Verve Restaurant