Not only does Noosa pride itself as a slice of coastal bliss, stunning natural attractions with a thriving food scene, we also pride ourselves on the array of coffees. Having the luxury of living in a tourist town there is an abundance of cafes, pop up coffee vans and stalls offering smooth coffees with creamy funky designs. Some cafes like to shake things up, recently in a new raw café, had to try the a half coconut / half almond milk………. tasted a little different but still delicious.
At Noosa Crest we offer Little Cove Coffee called the smooth percolator which is a must if your a keen coffee drinker. If you can get to the Little Cove café, try there recent cockodoodle brew which pulls back your eyelids and SCREAMS wake up in the morning.
The list would be endless if I was to name all the great cafes in town but to name a few off the radar would be Black Pepper in Noosa Junction. Todd & Steph (mother & son) are very welcoming, offer gluten free food and love a chat. If your along Gympie terrace, can’t go past Grind nor The River Read Bookstore, I love checking out the latest books as I sip away. On Hastings street is Hard Café in bay village. They offer Campos coffee which is smooth & strong.
If your in Sunshine Beach try out Dukes Deli which has recently changed over to Tobys Estate coffee, great customer service plus they add in a little shortbread on the side, I’m also a bit partial to the celebrity spotting from the deck. Another popular local spot is Gibsons, they have an amazing coffee machine called La Marzocco and specially ordered the colour green in fitting with the cafe. They offer exotic Lattetude coffee beans and a great place on a hot day offering air conditioning and lots of magazines & papers to indulge in.
Belmondos is also a hot spot, its a fresh food market in Noosa off the beaten track in Rene street (industrial estate). You can view a range of coffee beans and take the time to discuss, smell and review your next brew. They pride themselves in top quality products with good old fashion customer service.
Every corner in Noosa you will find a coffee shop so be sure to let us know how your brew went!