Quality Hotel Mermaid Waters
Corner Markeri St & Sunshine
Mermaid Waters, QL 4218
Phone: (61) 7 5572-2500
Fax: (61) 7 5572-9787
Located close to Gold Coast Convention Centre, the Lonestar Tavern features a restaurant, a sports bar, a gaming lounge and various venues for conferences and private events. The hotel offers sumptuous food, warm hospitality and great entertainment.
1 two 3 Mediterranean is a restaurant and lounge bar close to the sea at Broadbeach. It offers regular as well as exotic food preparations with the choicest of ingredients along with some carefully selected wines and cocktails to pamper your taste buds. You can choose to order any dish on the menu in any order and the obliging and friendly staff will happily cater to your demands. Head out to this place if you are looking at spending a chilled out evening.
Located at the heart of the Broadbeach dining district, Yellowfin serves fresh seafood along with wines, beers and other spirits. Also, this restaurant makes that private celebration or social event a grand success by providing their rental space and efficient service staff. Head out to this restaurant if fish and seafood is your preferred taste. Open all days from 12p till late.
Sage Café Restaurant is located at the center of Broadbeach area. Along with serving mouthwatering steaks and seafood, they also provide accommodation, shopping plaza and a convention center. If you are a foodie, this restaurant is a must-visit. Open seven days, from 7a till late.
Fine dining is to be found at the Terrace Cafe within Parkroyal Surfers Paradise Hotel, in the heart of Surfers Paradise, Jade marble and soft pink furnishings, aided by delicately filtered light through shutters, all make for a totally relaxed ambiance. A taste of the menu: English Snapper & Crab Cakes, served on wilted spinach with saffron aioli and, for the discerning steak connoisseur, Sirloin Steak with field mushroom sauce and vegetables in season.
There are few places more spectacular to view Surfers Paradise's trademark beaches or the endless skyscrapers, than at Queensland's only revolving restaurant, Four Winds. The decor is similar to the Surfers Paradise lifestyle, casual yet elegant. The ever-changing view from the 26th floor provides an unforgettable experience. Not to be outdone, the food is also impressive, with the "all you can eat" Asian and Seafood cuisine, including entrees and desserts.
The Beach House is a never-ending hive of activity. The interior makes sure you remember that you are near the beach, with a vast collection of surf life-saving paraphernalia ornamenting the walls. Two bars quench the thirst of revelers and the central dance floor is never empty as the latest pop and dance numbers bounce back to back. This is a superb venue for tourists to let their hair down and live the good life that is so famous on the Gold Coast.
Walk in to the restaurant and you will notice clean lines, elegant curves, timber, stainless steel and crisp white linen combine to create an atmosphere of contemporary elegance. As you enter mecca, you cannot miss the cleverly designed space divider that doubles as storage for wine bottles. In the kitchen chef Theo Kostoglou serves up excellent modern Australian fare, with imaginative Mediterranean and Middle Eastern influences, such as spicy lamb cutlets with couscous. Desserts are worth waiting for.The restaurant is open daily from 11a till late.
The nightlife heart of Surfers Paradise is Orchid Avenue and at its tip is The Avenue Restaurant & Saloon. The restaurant oozes across the sidewalk in a sizzling combination of sexy suntans and coastal elegance. Candles on every table, coupled with the sound of the beach in your ears, give The Avenue quite a romantic feel, particularly for a restaurant in the middle of the party strip! From savoring their delicious menu to guzzling down some beers, come here for a fun-filled evening.
One 50 Public House brings a taste of New York to the Gold Coast and offers delicious hotdogs and pizzas with an amazing view of the beach and surfers. Divided into a restaurant and bar, this place is ideal for breakfast, lunch as well as after work drinks and dinner. Start off your day with Quinoa Porridge and return to feast on Seared Scallops and Black Mussels. Bar menu provides street food options like fries and also a wide range of pizzas. Choose well mixed cocktails, wine or beer to complement your meal.
Named after the well-known dining street in Carlton, Melbourne, the three separate areas at the Lygon Street Restaurant, suggest Italian décor, using comfortable, plush red furnishings and timber shutters. Each location includes views of the flora and pool area of the Gold Coast International Hotel. The intimate restaurant leads into the piano bar, with the café alongside the pool. A café dish, Pepperoni Pizza, is easy for lunch, whilst from the a la carte dinner menu, the Moreton Bay Bugs, char-grilled with chive risotto and Roma tomato sauce is delightful.
Located on the first floor of the Gold Coast International Hotel, Yamagen is a triumph for Japanese cuisine. After enjoying your meal it is easy to see why it has held the title of best Japanese Restaurant in Queensland. The decor is traditional with metallic ceilings and wood tables combining for a modern, yet relaxed atmosphere. There are plenty of menu options, with the serving styles being teppanyaki, sushi or a-la-carte. Call for more.