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Eating out on the Sunshine Coast is a real pleasure with something to suit all tastes and price ranges to choose from:

• Cosy traditional pubs & inns
• International Cuisine
• Cafés
• Tea rooms
• Hotels
• Wine Bars
• Sandwich Bars
• Pie & Mash
• Fresh seafood off the boat
• Seafood Kiosks


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Food & Drink

"From cosy pubs and inns serving home cooked food, to award winning restaurants theres a taste to suit everyone!"

There's nothing like fresh sea air to whet your appetite, and there is nothing like a picnic on one of our wonderful beaches. 

 

Alternatively why not spoil yourself at one of the independently owned award winning restaurants or one of the well known chain restaurants that the area has to offer. 

 

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to fish and chip shops, café’s and coffee shops, where you can relax and watch the world go by.  Or if you prefer a cool drink why not try one of the many pubs with beer gardens and enjoy a drink and some pub grub. 

 

Still peckish?  Take your pick from one of the many seafront kiosks selling everything from ice cream and candyfloss to hot dogs.

There really is something for everyone to enjoy.



Mistly Thorn offers a selection of freshly made food.

For a change from the “norm” why not try Emma's Kitchen, Frinton which offers a unique setting for lunch with fresh local produce using local and regional ingredients. Sit back, relax and try their flavoursome gingerbread latte's, possibly one of the best in Essex!

Click on links for more information on Food and Drink, Essex or Essex Restaurants.

Please note inclusion in this section should not be taken as a recommendation by the publishers of this site.

Chef cooking pizza at Lucca Manningtree

Freshly made piazzas and antipasti at Lucca in Manningtree

Fresh pies from the Manningtree deli

Regular fresh food markets at Clacton Factory Outlet.

Fresh caught fish at Harwich and Walton

Jellied eels are still a popular treat,
and can be bought at Clacton seafront,
or why not try a dressed crab at Harwich
or parhaps some local caught fish from
the market at Walton.

 

 

 

 

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