Hangry? Eat Your Way Through Noosa’s Best Breakfasts
Come for the view, stay for the foodBy Astrid Taemets | 3rd November 2022
Whether you start your day with a beachside yoga session, walk in the National Park, or a surf off the point, no morning is complete without a winning breakfast plate.
With Noosa home to some of the most delicious cafes on the Sunny Coast, getting your morning fuel has never been more enjoyable. Fancy your eggs with a seaside view or your acai bowl with a stroll on the boardwalk? Then dig in, because these are the best places in Noosa for breakfast.
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Slept in ‘til noon? The good news is the friendly folks down at Dept don’t mind, cause they’re serving an all-day brunch menu to cater for you sleepyheads. From their plate of chilli crab scramble to the sweet taste of their Belgian waffle stack, their extensive selection will satiate whatever craving compelled you to (finally) roll out of bed.
Take a quick trip to the moon for a lil taste of Europe on Hastings Street. A cafe by day and gin bar by night, their menu champions local produce in freshly made smoothies, organic chia pudding, porridge, and pastries alongside a wide range of cold drinks, organic teas, and elixirs. Pick up a bite and take it down to Main Beach, or sit and enjoy your morning basking in their sunny courtyard.
Noosaville and Noosa Junction
A firm favourite amongst locals and tourists alike, VanillaFood is the best way to fuel your day. Using fresh, local, organic produce to create their dishes, their food will nourish you from the inside out, and leave you wanting more. With a cult following and stunning interiors to boot, it’s not hard to see why this is one of the most popular places to grab a bite in town.
Jungle & Co
Let food be thy medicine at Jungle & Co, where you’ll start the day enhanced with probiotic and prebiotic-rich ingredients. This wellness institution will see you energised and ready to tackle the day with a belly full of cold-pressed juices, jungle shots, botanical elixirs, and plant-based salads. This gut health bar will guarantee you live your best life as you nourish your mind, body, and soul. Welcome to the jungle, may you never leave.
Cafe Le Monde
It wouldn’t be a trip to Noosa without a visit to Hastings Street icon, Cafe Le Monde. This Noosa staple has been serving up hungry patrons since 1987, and their menu only gets better with age. Dig into dishes like the spanner crab omelette, golden milk porridge, or avocado on charcoal sourdough with a frozen smoothie on the side to kick start your day the right way.
Larder and Baked
You’ll never skip the most important meal of the day when it’s a plate of goodness from Larder and Baked. Offering hearty wholefoods to the masses that walk through their door, this firm fave will have you drooling over their selection of nourishing and downright delicious poke bowls, eggs your way, pan-fried potato gnocchi, and smoked salmon crumpets.
This Noosa institution has been serving up staple delights on the strip to hungry, barefoot locals for decades, and with a kitchen full of fresh ingredients, this is one laid-back brekky experience. Plating up fan faves that pack a punch, Canteen Cafe brings people together over their shared love of food and the good life.
This hole-in-the-wall hangout on Hastings Street serves up some of the best coffee on the coast alongside an uncomplicated brekky and brunch menu that just hits the spot. Alongside a variety of baked treats and homemade goods, Noosa Social will ensure you’re always satisfied, from their service to their plates. Wake up for a morning dip, then laze the day away here. Ah, it’s the simple things.
Aromas Restaurant & Bar Noosa
Anyone who’s ever set foot on Hastings Street will know of Aromas – a veritable Noosa institution. With their oh-so Parisian-style footpath dining, Aromas has been on the scene for around thirty years, serving a delightfully French-inspired menu all day long. With knockout brekky dishes like eggs benny, a big breakfast for the ages, and a lime and chilli scramble with blue swimmer crab (drool), you can’t beat Aromas for an unforgettable meal.