More than a steak­house, Samba is a state of mind

Noosa Life and Style - - FOOD -

BE­GIN­NING in 2010, Samba has be­come not just a steak­house, not just a place for a tasty din­ner look­ing out onto the sparkling Noosa River but a state of mind.

Whether on your own, with friends or im­mersed in con­ver­sa­tion, ther at­ten­tive and ex­pe­ri­enced staff will see to your order while you sit back and re­lax.

Samba serves all you can eat and a la carte op­tions. They take book­ings, pro­vide ex­cel­lent ser­vice at a rea­son­able price, ta­ble ser­vice, out­door/in­door seat­ing and have eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble car park­ing.

Con­tin­u­ing the best pos­si­ble ser­vice and qual­ity meals at a rea­son­able price is Samba’s key mis­sion. They just started the op­tion called Taste of Samba – three meats of your choice plus three de­li­cious sides for $28.50.

Samba has a solid lo­cal rep­u­ta­tion and great tourist ap­peal. It’s a 100 per cent gluten-free restau­rant.

So far Samba has added more house-made desserts and im­proved the side dishes.

Samba is set­ting up a new web­site and ex­pand­ing its on­line pres­ence be­yond Face­book.

Samba is fully li­censed and serves the well-known Brazil­ian cock­tail caipir­inha – pa­trons can en­joy the view onto the Noosa River while drink­ing.

Sourc­ing the fresh­est food from lo­cal sup­pli­ers, which is cooked and han­dled with great care and con­sid­er­a­tion, and serv­ing gen­er­ous por­tions, Samba is among the best restau­rants on the Sun­shine Coast.

Nowhere else has the up­beat vibe quite like Samba.

251 Gympie Tce, Noosav­ille.

Phone 5449 9577.

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