Foodie Trail: Passport for your palate

November 1, 2018

Foodie Trail: Passport for your palate

Are your taste buds in need of a travelling adventure? Then try these multicultural cuisines from our Foodie Trail.

Spicy chicken larb

Spicy chicken larb, mint, cashews and roasted rice

The carefully crafted menu at this modern Asian restaurant promotes a share style format of dining and with this in mind, all dishes are designed to share with two or more people – after all, what’s better than food in abundance? Along with the finger-licking fare, they also have a complementing range of cocktails to really put you in the mood.

Sum Yung Guys
Shop 8, 46 Duke Street, Sunshine Beach

Tropical paradise burger

Tropical paradise burgerHouse made BBQ sauce and aioli, beetroot, lettuce, tomato, grilled pineapple and a house made beef patty with cheese on a house made pretzel bun

Positioned in the heart of downtown Maroochydore, at DownTown, the meals are beyond comfort food – it is where you go to get uncomfortably full in a judgement-free zone, surrounded by all the comforts of home: burgers, neighbours, napkins, night caps and warm street lights.

DownTown Burgers
7 Ocean Street, Maroochydore

Roasted porchetta

Roasted porchetta Crispy skin slow roasted porchetta stuffed with garlic, oregano and lemon, green beans, thyme roasted potatoes and a sherry glaze

This cool, modern Italian restaurant in Noosa Junction is brought to you by the owners of Gaston and boasts a delicious menu featuring traditional pasta, pizza, nibbles and a complementing wine menu. Open Monday to Saturday from 3pm until late (kitchen is open until 10pm), Bombetta also caters to functions and special events, with a range of options and menus available.

Bombetta Noosa
1/77 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads

Montorosso pesto

Montorosso pesto

House-made pesto, butter and Italian parmesan inspired from the Cinque Terre

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

All’ Antica
3/115 Point Cartwright Drive, Buddina

Spice confit duck tapas

Spice confit duck tapasSpice confit duck with roast pumpkin, burnt orange caramel and sweet potato crisps

Ba Vigo opened its doors in October 2004, after owner/chef Nick Belton and his wife Louise decided it was time to share their love for Spanish culture and the Sunshine Coast through food. Specialising in modern Spanish cuisine, chef Nick Belton draws on his extensive knowledge of Spanish and North African fare, combined with fresh local produce to create a unique dining experience in a relaxed elegant setting.

Ba Vigo
3/27 Cotton Tree Parade, Maroochydore

Round platter

round platterA 53cm platter of pure delight! Selection of seasonal produce including antipasto, deli meats, cheese, dips, fruit and chocolate

Growing up on the Sunshine Coast, Lavish Platters owner Carly Gibbs would frequent local farmers markets to buy fresh produce with her mum, and her love of fresh, locally grown produce has stayed with her. What started as creating cheese platters for gatherings with friends has since turned into a burgeoning business where Carly sources the highest quality ingredients to create lavish platters and grazing tables of all sizes and for all occasions.

Lavish Platters

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