AUTUMN 2021

Eat & Drink

AUTUMN 2021Eat & Drink

COFFEE, BEACHSIDE, “I’ll have sand with that”.

The Central Coast is blessed with 87 km of coastline as well as quiet waterways, and along those shorelines, we love to sit and have a coffee and chat, or dine overlooking the ocean. Here’s a rundown on where you can find those special spots up and down our sandy shores.

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NEW IN THE NORTH

The Central Coast is teeming with so many places to see and restaurants to try that the northern end of this beautiful region can tend to be a little overlooked unless you’re a local in-the-know. Luckily, areas like Wyong and Toukley are booming with new, entrepreneurial cafés, restaurants and bakeries just waiting for you to take a bite.

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Eat & DrinkSUMMER 20/21

TERRIGAL BEACH HOUSE

Ocean-front at Terrigal Crowne Plaza, it offers a surfside bar, alfresco terrace, indoor dining, and live acoustic music.

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FAVE FOODIE SPOTS on the Central Coast

Whether you’re looking beyond the beach, by the sea, north or south, the Central Coast is teeming with so many new restaurants to try. Even locals-in-the-know are still catching up.

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AN ENDLESS SUMMER AT NEW COAST RESTAURANT: SHADY PALMS

In the aptly named ‘green room’ at the new Shady Palms restaurant in Avoca, chartreuse leaves peer through glass-louvered windows, ceramic birds fly across walls, while other walls are painted a faded lime, and another features an artwork reminiscent of an Elvis flick.

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BURNT HONEY BAKERY, COPACABANA

A taste of heaven, and an artisan baker with heart.

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THE ART OF GOURMET PIZZA

Inspired by the birthplace of pizza, this cosy restaurant in the heart of Wamberal is not just your average Italian restaurant or pizza place.

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FOOD TO CHEER YOUR SOUL

To entice you away from home and give you a break from the kitchen, we’ve asked some of our local chefs and restaurateurs to share their favourite dishes to nourish both body and soul.

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Eat & DrinkSeptember 2020

A TOUCH OF BUSH TUCKER

There is more to Australian bush tucker than kangaroo and shellfish, and Central Coast restaurateurs are proving so with delicate native ingredients cropping up on menus in subtle ways.

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Eat & DrinkSeptember 2020

Buy Better, Buy Local: REGAN’S FINE FOODS & BUTCHERY, YARRAMALONG VALLEY.

Tucked away, up the road from Angel Sussurri in Yarramalong, this new (old) store was founded 130 years ago as the local branch of Chapman’s trading post, and is well worth the drive.

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NEW IN THE NORTH

The Central Coast is teeming with so many places to see and restaurants to try that the northern end of this beautiful region can tend to be a little overlooked unless you’re a local in-the-know. Luckily, areas like Wyong and Toukley are booming with new, entrepreneurial cafés, restaurants and bakeries just waiting for you to take a bite.

Read More »

FOOD TO CHEER YOUR SOUL

To entice you away from home and give you a break from the kitchen, we’ve asked some of our local chefs and restaurateurs to share their favourite dishes to nourish both body and soul.

Read More »

A TOUCH OF BUSH TUCKER

There is more to Australian bush tucker than kangaroo and shellfish, and Central Coast restaurateurs are proving so with delicate native ingredients cropping up on menus in subtle ways.

Read More »

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