Noosa Life and Style - - FOOD -

SURF­ING, sun and sand on Noosa Main Beach ... you’ve spent hours in the wa­ter, out of the wa­ter and in again and you’re start­ing to feel peck­ish.

Hast­ings St might be fa­mous for its so­phis­ti­cated din­ing op­tions, but on the glit­ter strip you’ll find a va­ri­ety of edi­bles rang­ing in price.

For a more cost-ef­fec­tive meal, there’s burg­ers-a-plenty lin­ing the streets, which of­fer a de­cent feed be­tween $10 and $20 per per­son.

Pizza is a pop­u­lar op­tion for cou­ples or fam­i­lies, and there’s many places to choose from that of­fer fresh in­gre­di­ents on de­li­cious doughs, from $18 up to about $30 per pizza.

For a re­laxed brekky or lunch, there’s a num­ber of cafes and take­away shops tucked be­hind the re­tail out­lets on both sides of the road.

You’ll find a large selec­tion of ca­sual meals in­clud­ing ke­babs, Thai food, bak­eries and smooth­ies, plus a highly rec­om­mended cafe sit­ting in Bay Vil­lage.

If you’re after some­thing more for­mal but with­out the price tag, head along to the Noosa Heads Surf Club for break­fast, lunch or din­ner.

The club boasts stun­ning views across the bay, as well as de­li­cious dishes com­ing in big por­tions.

And if you’re up for a lit­tle bit of spoil­ing (you’re in Noosa – why not?), you can’t walk very far along Hast­ings St with­out com­ing across a classy, fine-din­ing res­tau­rant serv­ing qual­ity cour­ses and su­pe­rior wine.

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