Noosa is spoilt for choice for places to eat. We chose Bistro C restaurant for our breakfast as it was right on the beach - literally. It is the restaurant at the resort - On the Beach - and is open daily from 7.30 until late. You can dine here anytime time of the day and enjoy the wonderful food on offer as well as experiencing the beautiful beach scenery.
Dining by the beach is such a Queensland activity that can be done nearly all year round. It was very relaxing to sip our flat whites and cappuccinos, while waiting for our meals and watch the world go by. Along the beach front at Noosa you do get to see a variety of people; it's a great place for people watching.
It didn't take very long for our breakfast to appear and we were happy with our choices. My breakfast was the smashed avocado with crumbed feta with poached eggs on toasted ciabatta with cucumber and tomato salsa. ($21)
Both meals were quite substantial and gave us enough energy to do the walk into the nearby National Park.
Walking along the beachfront at other times of the day, this restaurant always appeared quite busy with few seats available, so I would suggest making reservations on the holidays or if you chose to dine here on either Friday or Saturday nights.
We were glad we chose to eat here and quite lucky to get a table with an absolutely great seaside view and lucky for such perfect Queensland weather. Maybe next time you are in Noosa you can try out your luck as well!
We love the food at the River Cottage Restaurant at Noosaville. After attending the Bluewater festival yesterday, now shortly on our way up to Noosa,and have booked a table for tonight at our favourite dinner venue.
We ate there on the last Friday morning of the school holidays, we turned up at 10am with 9 people adults and kids which they accommodated very quickly. It was lovely, I agree with you Sherrie the smashed avo was good as were the other meals ordered, everyone was truly satisfied. The staff were really friendly and efficient and the view was magnificent.