While we were holidaying in Noosa, a good friend who grew up in the area recommended we try Bistro C. On our last morning, Marc and I checked out of the hotel in time for brunch and we headed over to Hastings Street.
Bistro C is located in the strip called "On The Beach" and is accessible from either the boardwalk or the street side. It was a Sunday morning with beautiful weather so the cafe was predictably quite busy. Luckily there are lots of tables so even though we were put in a waiting list, the actual wait was surprisingly short. I was ecstatic that we were seated outside with views of the ocean. It doesn't get any better than this.
Marc ordered a large cappuccino to start whilst I chose the ginger spice juice. We had a festive weekend of drinking and celebrating (it was a friend's wedding after all) so the juice provided some welcome refreshment and nourishment.
Ginger spice juice - carrot, apple, celery and ginger
The breakfast menu at Bistro C offers glammed up typical cafe options as well as more unique items. Marc chose a big breakfast and I was sold right away by the Yaddah's breakfast.
Big brekky - with free range eggs, grilled bacon, chipolatas, mushroom ragu and roast tomatoes, hash brown and ciabatta toast
The big breakfast was everything you would hope for in a meal titled as such. It was a lot of food. Marc tucked in to a feast of scrambled eggs, toast, mushrooms, sausage and of course, the all important bacon.The mushroom in particular stood out to me as very tasty. I kept stealing bites.
Yaddah's breakfast - walnut and pomegranate hommus, olives, goats curd, muhammara, boiled egg, heritage tomatoes and seed crackers
I was much more excited about my order because it sounded so interesting on the menu. The Yaddah's breakfast was a vegetarian spread of hommus, muhammara (hot pepper dip), olives and seed crackers. This might seem like an atypical choice for breakfast but I thought it was perfect. The components were tasty and filling but not overly heavy. I don't like breakfasts that are so full on I immediately need to nap afterwards.
We had a great time at Bistro C. The menu is on the pricey side compared to Brisbane cafes but very normal for Noosa Heads. Food and drink tasted great and the service was very efficient considering how busy it was was. The best aspect was location, location, location.