This restaurant has been around for eons sitting quietly in an alcove on the canal to Noosa waters and tucked in behind the much more high profile Noosa Yacht and Rowing club. It has changed hands a couple of times and my wife and I had not visited since it became the Noosa Waterfront.
We have been working our way around the Noosa / Tewantin area trying to source the best fish and chips. Finally it appears that we may have found a solution. The venue has always been well located, and the latest version sees open plan dining with a take away counter with its own entrance (although we came in via the restaurant entrance). There are still the couchs to lounge around on if there is a wait for table, but no waiting on this occasion.
Service was excellent, attentive but not intrusive. Staff engaged us in local chat but remained efficient and were in no way intrusive. .Menu reads brilliantly with many options appealing, but we remained focused on our mission to try the fish and chips. Fish was slightly scented with nutmeg - different but delicious. Chips were just as we liked them and the aoili was excellent.
The corner table with views of the sunset and passing traffic across the pedestrian bridge and a couple of beverages with our fish and chips proved a wonderful way to sign off on a busy Friday. Bliss - we will be back - I want to try the calamari.
Would be suitable for couples, families, gatherings of friends and business dining functions.
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