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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Morena Espresso

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Every tribe has its favourite places, and nowhere is that more evident than at Morena Espresso. ‘Morena’, meaning ‘brunette’ in Spanish and ‘good morning’ in Maori reflects the Latin-Kiwi heritage…

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No Name Lane

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Founded by Peter Gloftis in 2016, No Name Lane began as a tiny hole-in-the-wall café in a nameless laneway off Oracle Boulevard. Its trade consisted mostly of coffee, gourmet wrapped…

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Haig St Cafe

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Position, position, position. Often touted as the key to investing, these are not the only three precepts of real estate. Another is to gain a location as close as possible…

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Meraki Whole Food Kitchen

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The little enclave of shops in Brooke Avenue, Chirn Park has become quite a foodie haven. With plenty of parking around, it’s a popular lunch spot, yet there’s been a…

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Boudoir Lounge

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Boudoir Lounge is the answer to a question. It’s a question that has intrigued and puzzled men since the beginning of time, a question whose story is told in one…

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Garlic Clove Indian

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The restaurant name ‘Garlic Clove’ is not new to the Gold Coast, but neither is its owner, renowned Head Chef, Sabir Merchant (ex-Kokum). Sabir Merchant is one of those chefs…

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Wildernis Café and Bar

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Wildernis Café + Bar captures the Palmie vibe perfectly. This once sleepy suburb, now full of building activity, houses an assortment of eateries, each one, including Wildernis, reflecting a casual…

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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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The Rainbow Bar at Seeds of Life, Robina

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Need a lunch that’s made from local organic produce and is completely allergen free? The founders of Australia’s first organic grain-free bakery, Seeds of Life, recently launched an extension of…

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