Noosa Life and Style - - FOOD -

IF THERE’S a cafe cap­i­tal of Noosa, it’s Gympie Tce. The din­ing strip lines the glis­ten­ing Noosa River, with most restau­rants of­fer­ing views out across the wa­ter to the Noosa mouth.

What’s pleas­ant about Gympie Tce is it’s the more re­laxed ver­sion of Hast­ings St, but the view is still stun­ning.

For ca­sual din­ing check out the ar­ray of cafes of­fer­ing break­fast, lunch and su­perb cof­fee.

Lunch time is per­fect to check out the fish and chip op­tions, and with so many to choose from you can count on value for money.

Gympie Tce and sur­rounds is also fa­mous for its in­ter­na­tional restau­rants, in­clud­ing Thai, In­dian, Ital­ian, Brazil­ian, Mex­i­can and Asian.

The hard­est part is fig­ur­ing out what your heart – or stom­ach – de­sires from which cor­ner of the world.

Of course, there’s eater­ies of­fer­ing piz­zas and burg­ers for a good feed, and these places are usu­ally cook­ing all day long and into the night.

For some­thing more for­mal, you can also find restau­rants serv­ing up de­li­cious three-course meals in wel­com­ing set­tings.

Plus there’s al­ways the Noosa Yacht and Row­ing Club – ideal for lazy lunches, sun­set cock­tails and de­light­ful din­ners.

Tapas, ta­cos, pasta, prawns and more – Gympie Tce has the best of Noosa’s food and drink op­tions for all.

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