Foodie Trail – May

May 1, 2018

Foodie Trail – May

Tantalise your taste buds with a delicious dish of the day

Poached peaches

Poached peaches with chantilly cream, nut crumble, caramelised fennel and berry compote


Cptn at Kings Beach is a popular beachside dining venue, serving a fresh take on your favourite breakfast and lunch options, as well as offering some unique dishes that promise to wow your taste buds. Serving local brews – Tim Adams Specialty Coffee for the early risers and Land & Sea craft beer for an afternoon bevy, Cptn will become your new haunt.

Cptn.
8 Levuka Avenue, Caloundra
Phone: 5341 8475
cptnkingsbeach.com.au

 

Passionfruit gelato

Made using fresh and local Guernsey milk and cream and hand stirring in pure and simple ingredients to create delicious flavours


Maleny Food Co’s menu features fresh local food and products from around the region. Enjoy coffee and deli-style dining, experience their fromagerie and learn from their cheese experts, and of course, taste their delicious gelato and sorbet made fresh daily using traditional, artisan techniques. The secret is in making it in small batches and churning rather than whipping the base to produce the perfect rich and creamy texture.

Maleny Food Co
37 Maple Street, Maleny
Phone: 5494 2860
malenyfoodco.com

 

Oysters

Freshly shucked, shallot vinegar, caraway grissini

Sails Restaurant executive chef, Paul Leete, presents a creative fusion of modern Australian cuisine, while keeping a strong focus on fresh, seasonal produce. Both the food and picture-perfect venue are complemented by an award-winning wine list, where three working cellars house one of the largest wine collections in Australia.

Sails Restaurant
75 Hastings Street, Noosa
Phone: 5447 4235
sailsnoosa.com.au

 

Poke bowl

Salmon, shoyu and white sesame, brown rice, wakame, radish, pickled ginger, toasted nori, purple cabbage, wasabi mayonnaise


Larder & Baked is one of the new kids on the block in Noosa and also prides itself on being a popular hang for Instagrammers. But what they’re most proud of is their delicious selection of fresh salads and baked goods, made fresh daily – they also make a mean coffee! Serving breakfast and lunch weekdays from 7am to 4pm and on Saturdays from 7am to 3pm.

Larder & Baked
1/29 Sunshine Beach Road, Noosa Heads
Phone: 5412 7555
larderandbaked.com.au

 

Prawn linguine Puttanesca

Freshly made linguine with local king prawns, fresh chilli, anchovy, capers, Sicilian green olives, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and homemade slow cooked Napolitano, tomato and herb sauce

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
allantica.com.au

 

Pork bao bun

Master stock braised pork belly, shiso red onion, hoisin ketchup, sesame dressing, pickled cucumber, herbs

Offering authentic Asian street food at The Wharf Mooloolaba, Rice Boi is your local Japanese Izakaya-feel dive bar. Think grunge vibes neighbouring impeccable water views, Rice Boi is the spot for dumplings, bao, and mouth-watering curries. Open seven days from 11.30am to 9pm.

Rice Boi
The Wharf, Mooloolaba
Phone: 5444 1297
facebook.com/riceboimooloolaba

 

Whole crispy fried fish

Chilli, tamarind, wild ginger and pickled garlic sauce with crisp basil

Specialising in modern Asian cuisine that tips its well-deserved Chef Hats awards to western presentation and palates, The Tamarind’s menu effortlessly combines sweet, sour and spicy flavours with fresh local produce to create original and innovative taste sensations.

Spicers Tamarind Retreat
88 Obi Lane South, Maleny
Phone: 1300 311 429
SpicersTamarindRetreat.com

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