Let me preface this review by saying that 2022 in Noosa is probably a perfect storm of factors for restaurant owners - not knowing if they can open with a lack of staff (isolation etc).
We made a booking ahead of time, after checking they would be open. Having visited Grennys for many years (and knowing they had recently changed ownership) I wasn't sure what to expect.
One of the wait staff was quite cold in every contact with us (let's put it down to covid stress). The other barista was lovely and welcoming.
The coffee was great and the food was fantastic. Pictured is the French toast with bacon and honeycomb.
Its off to Grenny’s again for lunch our favourite local. Gus our dog enjoys Thursdays as they welcome him here on the footpath tables. The owner and staff are always friendly and happy to see you and are very attentive. Today we had a couple of drinks instead of coffees (which are very good according to John.)
They are fully licensed and have a cool cocktails list and BYO wine if wanting.
The menu is interesting with lots of old favourites including offal, we are working our way through. No offal for me though. Great seafood dishes both fresh and cooked.
It’s so hard when you have a favourite to order something else sometimes but John went with the seafood crepe and I wanted to try the chowder. I normally prefer a chunky chowder this was blended but thick and tasty, tomato based not corn. The seafood flavour was definitely there it was different from what I am used too but very good. The KaiSiMin on toast is still my favourite and John’s is seafood linguine. The Breakfasts are all great and big. Lots of choice. A great open venue indoor and outdoor seating across the road from the river on Gympie Street.
Well worth a visit we love it.
Open for breakfast lunch and dinner.
Very popular with locals