March 1, 2018
Foodie Trail: March
Create your own bowl, choosing from ingredients like, salmon, brown rice, carrots, edamame, wakame, avocado, shallots, bean sprouts, coriander, sesame tahini sauce and sesame seeds
Born from an obsession and respect for the ocean, fishing and Japanese inspired cuisine, Raw and Rice delivers quality earth to table ingredients to create an alternative takeaway option. Poke bowls are a Japanese/Hawaiian raw marinated fish and rice dish with almost endless possibilities of flavours and ingredients.
Raw and Rice
1a/3 River Esplanade, Mooloolaba
Phone: 0431 243 631
Choose your own ingredients including hot chips, feta, halloumi, lettuce, tomato and cabbage
Say Opa to the perfect blend of traditional ingredients and modern Greek street food! Yasoo Yiros is taking the Sunshine Coast by storm with their delicious yiros featuring ingredients like hot chips, feta and halloumi. Next time you’re after a quick and easy takeaway meal, ditch the greasy kebab and opt for something fresh, tasty and quintessentially Greek.
1 Mooloolaba Esplanade, Mooloolaba
Phone: 0416 449 190
Grilled pear, bacon (optional), roasted pecans, cinnamon, vanilla mascarpone and maple syrup on fluffy pancakes
Silverback Cafe is a Buderim local favourite offering quality Tim Adams Specialty Coffee and modern cuisine for breakfast and lunch. While it makes for a lovely little breakfast spot serving smoothie bowls and the generous Gorilla Breakfast, they also offer a delicious range of tapas for those of us who like to sample a bit of everything (who doesn’t?)
Shop 4/12-14 King Street, Buderim
Phone: 5445 4525
Sweet corn fritters, bacon, rocket, soft poached free range eggs and housemade hollandaise
As the name would suggest, Backstreet Cafe is a hidden gem tucked away from the hustle and bustle. They boast a menu of delicious modern breakfast and brunch options backed by some seriously good burgers, a casual atmosphere and a small and friendly crew. Open seven days from 6.30am for breakfast, lunch and coffee dates.
2/40 Glen Kyle Drive, Buderim
Phone: 5452 7607
Sicilian Seafood Hot Pot
South Australian black mussels, Queensland king prawns, fresh fish, scallops, baby octopus, tomato concasse, Sicilian green olives, capers, fresh herbs and an aromatic stock served with homemade sourdough
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.
2018 Winner of Australia Good Food Guide Best Italian Restaurant Sunshine Coast
ALL’ ANTICA ITALIAN RESTAURANT
3/115 Point Cartwright Drive, Buddina
Phone: 5444 0988
Strawberry and cream curls
Fresh strawberries mixed into Maleny Dairies milk and cream ice cream base
IceCream Curls is a uniquely entertaining option for your next event or special occasion. The original mobile ice cream business offers freshly handcrafted ice cream that you can customise for your event. They use local ingredients, including Maleny Dairies milk and cream to create delicious curls of creamy ice cream.
222 The Avenue, Peregian Springs
Phone: 0434 952 498
Jaffa panna cotta
Toasted muesli, buckinis, yoghurt, orange blossom syrup and berries
Serving speciality coffee by Five Senses, and a delectable range of vegetarian cuisine and cocktails, Two Point Oh is a brand new cafe with a whole lot of hype. They aim to offer the best and freshest produce from local farmers in an eclectic setting ideal for your next dinner date, catch up with friends or family outing. Along with cocktails they also carry an impressive wine and craft beer list.What’s not to love?