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From Sunshine Beach to Sunrise Beach yes, both of those actually exist Sunshine beach cafes, let us take you through all the awesome stacks, long blacks and bacon racks that the Sunshine Coast has to offer. With a breakfast menu divided into superfood and superjunk sections, deciding what to eat is a breeze. When we feel healthy, we opt for the superfood bowl with cured salmon, fermented quinoa, spinach, avo, poached eggs, salsa verde and sunchoke crisps.
Find out the secret behind their success by diving into their Noosa spanner crab omelette with chilli, coriander, coconut and lime dressing, and sourdough. Want something healthy and delicious? VanillaFood is the place for you. Their seasonal menu is sure not to disappoint, particularly their hot-smoked trout served with dill yoghurt, watercress, smashed peas and boiled eggs served on house-made stone age bread.
Luckily, we can head up to glorious Coolum and get our fix… This summer-ready plate is loaded up with slow roasted vine tomatoes, lemon hummus, basil oil, and lime on sourdough. Oh, did we mention they have an all-day brunch menu? Looking for some food for thought?
The Shak is renowned for using ethically and locally sourced ingredients to create delicious dishes like The Hunter, with bacon, duck and maple chipolatas, field mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, braised white beans, poached eggs, and ciabatta. Think organic, healthy meals like Humble Beginnings featuring roasted maple pumpkin, pork and fennel sausage, double-smoked ham, roasted mushrooms, tomato chutney, a poached egg, mustard aioli, and ciabatta. This is no cock and bull story—Cock and Hen in Twin Waters really does it all, including a delicious green pea pancake topped with a poached egg, avocado, greens, whipped feta and tomato relish.
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