WHERE TO EAT ON THE GOLD COAST
The Gold Coast arts and cultural scene isn’t the only thing on the Gold Coast to have exploded in recent years.
Their food scene has also taken off.
Here are several restaurants you must check out on your next visit to the Gold Coast:
The Star Casino
The recently renovated Star Casino features several outstanding bars and restaurants.
Standouts include Japanese restaurant Kiyomi (order the set menu for a taste of everything), Nineteen (perfect for cocktails with a stunning view of the Gold Coast) and Garden Kitchen and Bar.
Just across the road from The Star Casino is the Oracle hotel complex.
Connected to the complex are about a dozen restaurants including:
The Cuban Bar and Lounge offers a taste of Havana in Broadbeach, with tasty dishes such as Latin American salmon ceviche and honey cinnamon pork belly.
Mamasan was one of the first Asian fusion restaurants on the Gold Coast and now offers dozens of Asian favourites with a twist, such as soft-shell crab bao and sichuan salted duck.
The Social Eating House has a focus on shared plates.
Their desserts, such as the milk chocolate and peanut butter marquise, as well as the white chocolate and lemon cheesecake mousse cigar, are just incredible. The Tropic - Burleigh Pavilion
Featuring stunning views of the Pacific Ocean (especially at sunset) The Tropic, at the recently renovated Burleigh Pavilion, is probably the best location for a cocktail and some delicious food.
Make sure to ask for a table right on the water for the best views.
Recently renovated, Sandbar at Surfers Paradise features a menu full of local ingredients crafted by a world-renowned executive chef.
It’s the perfect spot for breakfast and features tasty items such as the lox bagel, freshly squeezed juices and luxurious coffee. It’s also open for lunch and dinner with a wide variety of menu options.