Eat & Drink at Sanctuary Cove
13 August 2020
Eat & drink at Sanctuary Cove this September and discover a range of mouth-watering restaurants and cafes. From a gourmet brunch to a lavish lunch with picturesque marina views, you can indulge in fresh seafood, authentic Asian cuisine, Modern Australian or rustic Italian dishes – the choice is yours.
Sanctuary Cove has a selection of cafes to order your first coffee of the day, to gourmet breakfasts and casual lunches.
Anchor Buoy located by the water’s edge offers delicious and filling breakfasts to fresh snacks and lunches. From Fig n Fruit French Toast in the morning to a casual tapas menu paired with beer on tap or a lovely house wine.
Bistro 19 has recently undergone a refurbishment with a new and improved outdoor deck area, furniture and wall sketches throughout the interior. The menu still has many local favourites including Eggs Your Way and Pumpkin and Feta Salad.
Pier B serves wholefood, vegan and gluten free breakfast and lunch options. From a classic smashed avo on toast to smoothie bowls, and cakes and pastries to have with your morning coffee. Soak up the sunshine at Pier B.
Quay Street Cafe offers picturesque views over the marina. Offering an exciting fusion of South African and Australian cafe fare. From fritters and pancakes at breakfast to a smoked chilli salmon salad for lunch.
George’s Paragon Pizza Cafe is located along C Pier offering an extensive range of pizzas (also available as gluten free). Dine during happy hour and you will find your drinks are half price.
Sushi Break offers fresh, delicious sushi, noodle and rice bowls. From salmon nigiri and sashimi to poke bowls and hot fried dishes. All the meals are made fresh on site by the talented Japanese chefs.
For longer lunches or decadent dinners, Sanctuary Cove offers an array of waterfront restaurants.
Visit Artichoke Restaurant and Bar to enjoy a modern Australian & European cuisine designed by award winning International Chef. Try the six course degustation for a truly indulgent experience.
Steaks and burgers, seafood and salads are popular staples on the Cove Tavern menu. You can choose from the selection of wines in the attached bottle shop to enjoy with your meal or settle in for the day with a cold beer.
Dragon Cove Chinese Restaurant serves authentic Chinese dishes and dumplings. Try the chef’s specialty, Peking Duck, cooked fresh and carved at your table or grab a group of friends and enjoy the Yum Cha menu.
The iconic George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant is located at the top of Masthead Way, right on the water’s edge. Serving fresh seafood daily with oysters, mussels, fish and crustaceans – the choice is endless. Have you tried one of the seafood platters? A must for foodie bucket list!
For a truly authentic Italian experience visit Ioesco. The restaurant is known for contemporary interpretations of classic Napoli cuisine, that doesn’t compromise on size or quality. Try the spaghetti marinara with local seafood or the scaloppini marsala.
Jonez on Food uses the finest seasonal ingredients and classical french technique to create a contemporary Australian menu. Critically acclaimed chef owner Gary Jones brings over 45 years experience to your table with contemporary innovative cuisine, alongside some great British classics.
The Fireplace located at The InterContinental Resort showcases wood-fire cuisine at is finest. Locally-sourced dishes are seasoned with produce from the restaurant’s herb garden, and infused with smoky flavour after leaving the Chef’s onsite wood-fire oven.
Get out on the water this September and enjoy casual fares to gourmet lunches as you cruise the waterways.
Lee’s IGA can supply all your platter needs with gourmet cheese, meats and picnic packs ready to go. Choose from an array of fresh bakery, fruit and vegetables for a truly decadent picnic on the water.
Gold Coast Sail has lunch cruise packages available where your catering needs are taken care of as you set sail down the Coomera River and out to the Broadwater. Book a lunch cruise for this weekend.
GoBoats are an electric picnic boat that anyone can hire for an hour or two to explore the waterways on your own terms. Bring your dog, order a platter (or bring one from Lee’s IGA) for a unique lunch experience.
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