Paradox Coffee Roasters

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Paradox Coffee Roasters takes up the iconic 4217 building, straddling both sides of the central walkway. With its soaring ceilings and exposed brickwork accented by wood and brass, it’s reminiscent…

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GO YELLOW for World Food Day

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On Friday October 16th, World Food Day, OzHarvest and Finding Yellow Co. are inviting the Gold Coast to GO YELLOW and donate a gold coin to raise awareness and funds…

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Classic Cafe House

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A warm smile is the universal language of kindness, and nowhere more so than in a tourist town. It’s a place where you need to be ‘in the know’ when…

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Best fish and chips

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There was a time when Sunday nights meant fish and chips for dinner, the aroma of salty chips escaping from their butcher’s paper wrapping. With Good Friday fast approaching, here…

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Hyde Paradiso

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NOTE: Hyde Paradiso is presently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. Hyde Paradiso opened in March 2019 in one of the most iconic locations in Surfers Paradise. Perched up on the…

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Ramen roundup, Gold Coast

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From a working man’s dish in China to Japan in the 19th century, to being given ‘haute cuisine’ status in America by chef David Chang, ramen has journeyed along trade…

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Poke, we’re dedicated to you

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When you’re looking for food on the run, poke bowls are one of the healthiest, most convenient fast food meals in town. The name ‘poke’ (pronounced ‘po-kay’, and written without…

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Six new casual Japanese restaurants

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The back streets of Japanese cities are filled with tiny eateries, each specialising in different dishes. They’re the inspiration for travellers who have gone home to create their own version…

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Izakaya

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The back streets of Japanese cities are filled with tiny eateries, each specialising in different dishes. They’re the inspiration for travellers who have gone home to create their own version…

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Izakaya Umakamon

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If approachability is the mark of a true izakaya, then Izakaya Umakamon has it in bucketloads. Tucked opposite the Novotel Surfers Paradise and a few doors away from The Island…

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