As restrictions slowly ease we’re getting excited to welcome you all back to this magical part of the world. Many of you are starting to put holiday plans in place and you may be wondering what the Noosa eating scene will be like when you return. We’re going to give you the low down on who’s currently open on our street, so you can safely return, unwind and eat well, all without leaving Hastings Street.
These are just a few of the many takeaway and dining options available on Hastings Street at the moment, as more and more restrictions ease be assured that things along our favourite street will start to feel normal once again.
For the most up-to-date takeaway and dining options available in Noosa head over to www.eatlocalnoosa.com.au
Many of you who have stayed with us will be familiar with La Vida, the delightful seafood restaurant just down from us here at Seahaven Noosa. They have intimate and limited dining options now available as well as an incredible new menu. Plus they’ve got an incredible takeaway menu, perfect for enjoying whilst watching the sun set over Noosa.
If you’re looking for beachfront dining in Noosa then Seasons is sure to be on your list. Seasons is currently offering limited numbers for dining as well as great takeaway menu with breakfast, lunch and dinner options for you to enjoy.
Miss Moneypenny’s is a cocktail lovers dream with a great range to choose from as well as an incredible lunch and dinner menu. Currently they are taking bookings for the restaurant with limited seating options available as well as a great takeaway menu, perfect for enjoying on the beach as you watch the waves roll in.
Bistro C are opening their doors again with their much-loved coffee cart selling a range of grab-and-go meals, coffee, and juices. They are also opening for lunch bookings, seating up to 10 people at a time, in line with government restrictions. Image that, an intimate lunch time experience overlooking the beautiful Noosa beach and Laguna Bay.
Everyone loves a good burger and Betty’s Burgers do just that. From their brioche bun burgers to their tasty fries, this is one burger joint you’ve got to try. Grab your order and head over to one of the wooden benches that line the walkway along Noosa beach for the ultimate Noosa beachside experience.
Aromas Coffee Cart
Aromas Noosa is a Hastings Street icon and we’ve missed seeing their chairs out, filled with diners lately. The Aromas restaurant hasn’t opened yet but their coffee cart has opened back up, serving up their iconic Hastings Blend as well as a range of grab-and-go meal options, perfect for an easy morning breakfast after a walk and swim in the Noosa National Park.
If you’re craving a good juice or acai bowl then you must try Noosa Juicer. These guys have a great range of juices to choose from as well as delicious breakfast smoothies, superfood bowls and health snacks. You can find their vibrant store in the Bay Village food court.
Noosa Social, the little coffee/wine bar towards the other end of Hastings Street is a local favourite, loved for their delicious breakfast and brunch menu. Everything they are serving is available for take away, otherwise they have seating out the front, in line with governments guidelines, if you’re looking for more of a relaxed dining experience.
Nothing tops off a stroll down Hastings Street than a good gelato. Gelatissimo is just down the road from us and make all their delicious artisanal gelato in-store every day with only natural, quality ingredients. A must try when you visit next!