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Dine in or take away for a fresh taste of de­li­cious fish and chips at one of the many restau­rants on the Coast

FISH with­out chips would be like Christ­mas with­out seafood – dull, un­sat­is­fac­tory and down­right un-Aus­tralian. Fear not, the fish­er­men are com­ing to town this fes­tive sea­son with a funky take on the fast-food favourite – here’s our top 10.

Fish and Chip­pery

GONE are the days when take­away means “take it and run”.

Take your seat at Fish and Chip­pery in Mooloolaba and en­joy the din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The menu and prices are just the way fish and chip joints should be – sim­ple and af­ford­able. This joint puts the hip in chip.

Shop 7, cor­ner Es­planade and Burnett St, Mooloolaba.

MJs on the Es­planade

THERE are some se­crets only a lo­cal would know, and this lit­tle Mud­jimba gem is one of those. MJ’s don’t just do awe­some fish and chips, they also of­fer spe­cials, com­pe­ti­tions and ran­dom free de­liv­ery nights. So keep your eyes, ears and taste­buds peeled for what the team at MJs is get­ting up to this sum­mer.

3/15 Mud­jimba Es­planade, Mud­jimba.

Sand­bar Café Kiosk

FINE din­ing in a sarong and thongs doesn’t ex­actly go down well. Lucky one of Caloun­dra’s classi­est restau­rants caters for the clas­sic beach ap­petite with its Café Kiosk. All seafood is sourced from lo­cal sup­pli­ers and fish­er­men.

26 The Es­planade, Bul­cock Beach, Caloun­dra.

Wikid Fish and Chips

EAT­ING fish and chips is al­most as en­joy­able as hear­ing a kiwi say “fish and chips”. Get both at Wikid Fish and Chips. Th­ese guys put a kiwi twist on seafood with all your lo­cal favourites, plus New Zealand hoki, dory and a range of NZ prod­ucts..

144 Bris­bane Rd, Mooloolaba.

Wa­hoo Seafood

IT’S not un­usual to see a line of bare­foot, sandy fam­i­lies lin­ing up to get their seafood fix at Wa­hoo Seafood. This stylish yet ca­sual res­tau­rant at Pere­gian of­fers qual­ity seafood and charm­ing wooden deco. Dine in style or grab a take­away menu.

4 Heron St, Pere­gian Beach.

98 Fish

“THERE are plenty of fish in the sea.” De­spite this com­mon say­ing, 98 Fish knows the im­por­tance of fish sus­tain­abil­ity. They strive to pro­vide prod­ucts from sus­tain­able fish­eries. You won’t find any species la­belled crit­i­cally en­dan­gered, en­dan­gered, con­ser­va­tion-de­pen­dent or vul­ner­a­ble here.

347 Mons Rd, For­est Glen.

Point Cartwright Seafood Mar­ket

DINE in, take away or taste the fresh lo­cal flavours from Pt Cartwright Seafood Mar­ket at one of the many restau­rants they stock on the Coast. There is al­ways a healthy sup­ply of prawns, crabs, oys­ters and fish to of­fer lo­cal chefs.

245 Nick­lin Way, Warana.

Man­dolin Seafoods

FUEL up on fish, chips and cre­ativ­ity at Man­dolin Seafoods. Com­bin­ing the sim­plic­ity of salt and bat­ter with the beauty of street art, this colour­ful hub is a sea­side favourite, and for good rea­son.

174 Alexan­dra Pa­rade, Alexan­dra Head­land.

De Lish Fish @ Kings

TAKE­AWAY fish and chips, BYO beach blan­ket and you’re in for one del­ish lunch look­ing over Kings Beach. De Lish Fish @ Kings is lo­cated on the doorstep of Kings Beach, so no need to leave the sea breeze for lunch.

10 Le­vuka Av­enue, Caloun­dra.

Nosh Ex­press

SKIMP on costs, not qual­ity, with Nosh Ex­press. The Nosh food phi­los­o­phy fo­cuses on qual­ity in­gre­di­ents of­fer­ing healthy, home­style take­out to en­joy by the beach.

7/49 Hast­ings St, Noosa.

Give your fam­ily a treat with fish and chips on the beach.

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