Find out what European restaurants to try in Mooloolaba. Magical Mooloolaba is the perfect combination of sophisticated serenity and vibrant energy. The beach gleams under the pulsing sun, and sparkling sapphire water beckons swimmers, surfers, bodyboarders and casual waders alike. Snorkelers and jetskiers will delight in the beautiful waters, while those who prefer even racier adventures can dive with sharks and mingle with undersea creatures. Plus, "Mooloolaba" is awfully fun to say.
Things to do in Mooloolaba
4 based on 829 reviews
Lemon and Thyme takes customary dishes to a new level with a focus on herbs to enhance cuisine. With a passion for mouth-watering meals and quality produce, good health and vitality. Our menu has been crafted with a focus on providing healthy eating optio
We ate here every day for either breakfast lunch or dinner while staying in Mooloolaba for a week. They cater for allergies and dietary restrictions really well, so many wonderful options. They have a great kids menu too. Healthy, nutritious and delicious. Prices are very reasonable. The staff was excellent. We will miss this place!
4 based on 172 reviews
Although I worked in Munich I never really enjoyed the Bavarian specialties (particularly wild boar) and I'm not really a fish eater, so it was either pizzas or schnitzels. We opted for the chicken schnitzel ($29.50) and - honestly - one would have sufficed for us two adults! It practically covered the dinner plate, and concealed a small mound of beautifully crispy chips. The side salad was entirely wasted, I'm afraid, because the chicken was succulent, tender, moist and enhanced by the generous, fresh lemon slices they gave us. And to complement that meal a fine Pinot Grigio from Western Australia (a steep $40.00). The service Arthur (a French guy from Provence) gave us was friendly, utterly professional and welcoming. Merci beaucoup, Arthur!
4 based on 88 reviews
Named after The Wind which blew us from the shores of Italia into the heart of the Sunshine Coast, Il Vento brings to Mooloolaba traditional Italian cuisine to be enjoyed in a modern seaside setting. The only restaurant on the north coast equipped with a
The pizza base is beautiful but there was hardly any prawns and they were tiny. Dont waste money on seafood pizza. The panacotta was awful and just smothered in icing sugar. I am happy to pay the price but the food was a real disappointment. Never again. Hi June, We are sorry to hear you did not enjoy your experience at Il Vento. We would love to invite you in for a meal for two on the house so that we may have the opportunity to improve on your recent experience. Please e-mail [email protected] to make your booking.
4 based on 47 reviews
Owner & Chef Stephen is an excellent host,his French Cuisine is superb & we enjoyed a beautiful Chardonnay with our delicious lunch..Menu is a bit limited but who cares?...the food was amazing..I know I'm gushing...but so will you if you choose to experience this slightly out of the way (parking at rear) restaurantHi John, many thanks it was a pleasure !!
4 based on 326 reviews
Authentic Mediterranean Tapas, fine wines, classic cocktails, premium beer, attentive service and live music from around the world. Footpath dining inspired by the sidewalk cafes of southern Europe & a cozy vintage bar with a buzzing evening vibe. The Pia
After we had an average meal further down the road, we looked for a nice place for coffee and desert. When we walked past The Piano Bar, it clearly ticked the box. The place just looks inviting, both inside and out. We found a comfortable place in the lounge chairs outside, where we received great, friendly service and excellent coffee. Good end to and enjoyable family night.Thanks so much Dirk, we're so happy to hear you enjoyed your coffee & dessert - we hope to see you again soon for lunch or dinner, we'll be very happy to have you back.
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