O-Sushi Coolangatta

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One of the benefits of living in a tourist destination is being around after the day-trippers have gone home. Finally, when buses and boats have pulled away, carrying their camera-toting…

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Koi Broadbeach

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‘The only constant in life is change’ Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, and that’s certainly true of the dining scene in Broadbeach. Restaurants open, close, change owners, staff and cuisine so…

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Nostimo Restaurant Bar

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Greek tavernas conjure up memories of good times and a free-ranging lifestyle under blue and white stucco walls and awnings, wine in our hands, the table spread with dips and…

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Finn Poke

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If there’s something we never tire of, it’s freshness. The first dedicated poke bar to open in the south-east corner, Finn Poke, opened their second venue upstairs in Pacific Fair…

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Best fish and chips

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There was a time when Sunday nights meant fish and chips for dinner, the aroma of salty chips escaping from their butcher’s paper wrapping. With Good Friday fast approaching, here…

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The Jolly Roger

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“Simple fresh food. Local and environmentally clean. Handmade as much as possible. Cooked using clean oil. Reasonable pricing.” It’s Isa Ham’s summary of what sets his fish and chip shop,…

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Zipang

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Named after the ancient title of Japan, Zipang, Chef Atsushi Mizushima's cafe has a split personality. By day, it’s a tiny ‘dine in’ or quick ‘grab and go’ eatery where…

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Bondi Grill’e

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This is a story of three Brazilian guys, Armando Franco, Mannoell ‘Junior’ Martins and Nicolas Martins, who met in a famous grill restaurant in Bondi, where they hatched a plan…

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Cafoo Izakaya

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Cafoo Izakaya has settled quietly into the space that held the Blue Door on 5th in Palm Beach. With burnt timber and black painted walls, driftwood chandeliers and iron lanterns,…

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The Italian Kitchen

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There’s nothing like Italian hospitality to make you feel at home. It’s like a big warm embrace, straight from the heart. That’s just how we feel when we dine at…

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