Posts Tagged ‘restaurant review’

Spice up Your Life at Mystic India

I love a bit of spice in my life, so when I heard about a new Indian restaurant opening at Noosa Junction I did not need any encouragement to check it out. Noosa already boasts several Indian restaurants, but in my opinion they are in the “same old” category, offering your typical average Indian meal. Having heard only good things about Mystic India, I ventured there with high hopes of finding an authentic Indian restaurant that stands out from the rest.

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Luscious lunches at Sirocco

It’s no secret that a growing number of restaurants and cafes in Noosa are doing it tough at the moment. The combined consequences of the economic downturn, the adverse Queensland weather earlier this year and the strong Australian dollar mean that the number of visitors to Noosa have dropped significantly. As a result, restaurant patrons are down and in a bid to stay afloat, local eateries are having to put on their creative thinking caps and come up with ideas to put bums on seats.  One such restaurant doing that successfully is Sirocco at Noosaville.

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Eat like a prince on Hastings Street for under $40

Eating out in Noosa has never been a cheap experience. The average price of a Main Course in Noosa is around $35, regardless of the calibre of the eating place or the quality of the food (both which vary enormously, but we won’t go into that right now…).

Berardo’s Restaurant and Bar on Hastings Street is one of Noosa’s better dining establishments. Beautifully appointed with an all-white interior, Berardo’s prides itself on creative cuisine using local produce. But it you’re ordering from their a la carte menu it’s going to cost you – with main meals around $40, 3 courses and a glass of wine will normally set you back at least $90 per person.