Noosa Life and Style - - FOOD -

THAT’S right, our lo­cal venues have put their own gourmet spin on pub food clas­sics and we know you’ll be pleas­antly sur­prised.

One ex­am­ple is the Reef Ho­tel at Noosa (on the hill half­way be­tween Hast­ings St and Noosa Junc­tion) that of­fers an el­e­gant in­te­rior, ex­ten­sive menu and amaz­ing panoramic ocean views. The La­guna Bar and Bistro has a sun-soaked deck, which is the per­fect place to en­joy mod­ern Aus­tralian cui­sine at af­ford­able pub prices.

Down­stairs, Flana­gan’s Ir­ish Bar of­fers Guin­ness and Kilkenny on tap along­side a menu of tra­di­tional Ir­ish fare with great daily spe­cials. Plus there’s plenty of park­ing.

A short drive south is the Peregian Beach Ho­tel, which spe­cialises in fresh lo­cal pro­duce, in­clud­ing seafood, and of­fers a wide range of piz­zas and other clas­sics.

Tues­day Night Steak Nights are worth a visit: $18 for a 250g lo­cal grass-fed rump in a pink pep­per cream sauce with chips and salad.

The re­gion’s surf clubs – at Noosa, Sun­shine Beach and Coolum – also of­fer amaz­ing and af­ford­able food with fab­u­lous ocean views from their beach-front po­si­tions.

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