Foodie Trail – June

June 1, 2018

Foodie Trail – June

Fresh beetroot pappardelle

Fresh beetroot pappardelle with slow cooked Victorian lamb, crumbled feta and pickled beets.

The fully licensed All’ Antica offers traditional dishes, all created from the best local produce and imported ingredients from Italy. With over 25 years at the forefront of the hospitality industry, this restaurant offers some of the best Italian cuisine on the Sunshine Coast.

All’ Antica Restaurant
3/115 Point Cartwright Drive, Buddina
Phone: 5444 0988

2018 winner of Australian Good Food Guide Best Italian Restaurant Sunshine Coast


French custard and raspberry tart

Tart shell filled with French custard, topped with fresh raspberries

What’s better than the smell of fresh bread? The aroma of a bakery full of specialty breads, pastries and pies, that’s what! Boasting a tasty selection of sweet and savoury breads and pastries, Rick’s Artisan Pies & Sourdough also have a range of fresh salads if you’re after something lighter. Located in the heart of Noosaville, it’s the perfect spot to indulge!

Rick’s Artisan Pies & Sourdough
140-142 Eumundi Noosa Road, Noosaville
Phone: 5447 1743


Wicked chocolate mud cake

Chocolate mud cake smothered in a rich chocolate and bourbon sauce served with vanilla gelato

Tucked away in Noosaville, Mr Jones & Me Restaurant Bar Grill offers classic bistro food served with a modern twist. Open seven days for lunch, and breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays, it’s the ideal place for a casual weekend catch up over breaky, or grab a share-plate and your favourite craft beer or wine.

Mr Jones & Me
301 Weyba Road, Noosaville
Phone: 5474 1394


Black truffle, mushroom and cheese toastie

Black truffle, mushrooms, three cheeses on toasted sourdough, with pickles and mustard on the side

The Milk Bar Coffee Co. is one of our local favourites, serving breakfast and lunch seven days a week from 6am to 2pm, and providing all of our brewing needs with Marvell Street coffee. Milk Bar is also home to the scrumptious loaded cookies, which need to be seen (and tasted) to be believed.

The Milk Bar Coffee Co
Sixth Avenue, Maroochydore


Roasted heritage carrots

Baba ghanoush, pomegranate, goats curd, smoked almonds and radish

Located on beautiful Hastings Street, Miss Moneypenny’s is a stylish venue with a relaxed atmosphere and focus on social dining, offering a diverse range of cocktails coupled with Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-inspired modern Australian cuisine. Not only is Miss Moneypenny’s a popular hang for breakfast, lunch and dinner dates it’s also an ideal location for private functions.

Miss Moneypenny’s
6 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
Phone: 5474 9999


Lemon meringue croissant

Freshly baked croissant filled with lemon curd and topped with mini meringues

Croissants, brownies and tarts, oh my! Open Monday to Friday from 7am to 11.30am, Patisserie by Ash is a super cute hole-in-the-wall patisserie and coffee shop in the main street of Nambour, serving the most delicious freshly-made pastries and baked goods. With the owner, Ashleigh Hoeksema previously working as Adriano Zumbo’s head macaron maker, you know you’re in for a real treat!     

Patisserie by Ash
8/70 Currie Street, Nambour
Phone: 0474 692 169


Jerk spiced chicken

Jerk spiced chicken with buttermilk, iceberg lettuce and potato

As the name suggests, Backlane Tapas & Wine Bar is in the backlane of Mooloolaba, one street back from the beach. Offering an eclectic fusion menu, swing by for a drink, share-plate, or settle-in for the evening. You can even banish those late night cravings with a delicious selection of tasty supper options, available until late. Open from 3pm to late Tuesday to Sunday, bookings are welcome, but not essential.

Backlane Tapas & Wine Bar
Shop 7 ‘Cilento’ 19 First Avenue, Mooloolaba
Phone: 5444 0835

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