|Breakfast at Providore on Hastings.|
Noosa's newest eating space is a cafe deli combination called Providore on Hastings just inside Netanya Noosa at the National Park end of Hastings Street.
With a tree-shaded outdoor deck filled with tables overlooking a water feature and more seating inside, this cafe offers an attractive new way to dine at Noosa.
|Providore's outdoor eating area.|
It's also a haven for anyone seeking locally-made goods, with freshly made artisan bread, local coffee, regional cheeses, pastries, charcuterie items and more.
|Enjoy a fresh pastry for breakfast at Providore on Hastings.|
“All of the produce is Australian and – wherever possible – it is locally sourced,” said Netanya Noosa general manager Graham Bradford.
“Unlike the plethora of restaurants and cafés on the tourist strip, Providore on Hastings gives residents and holiday makers a genuine deli-style experience.
“We have 280 different deli items that people can take away to enjoy in their own apartments as well as a selection of ready-made meals prepared with the products we stock.”
|Lots of interior seating as well at Providore on Hastings.|
|The shelves are stocked with local produce.|
|Artisan bread at Providore on Hastings.|
Providore on Hastings also is licensed and has imported a EuroCave wine cellar to storing a selection of wines. You can order cheese or charcuterie platters with a bottle of wine or a few beers and watching the sun set over the water from your balcony.
Local suppliers include: Tanglewood Bakery; Maleny Cheese; Kenilworth Country Foods; Woombye Cheese Company; Noosa Fish Providors; Eumundi Meats; Little Cove coffee; Hum Honey; and Barambah Organics.
Providore is a top spot for an easy breakfast and also offers a selection of coffees, pastries, fresh salads, sandwiches and other meals to eat in or take away.
Providore on Hastings is open from 7am – 6pm.
Disclaimer: Ed+bK paid for her cappucino and egg and bacon breakfast wrap.