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Restaurants in Central Coast

Checked by Sara Strickland 05.07.2017</h2> <h2>The relaxed charm of Central Coast restaurants

Checked by Sara Strickland 05.07.2017 The relaxed charm of Central Coast restaurants

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Absolute Thai - Tuggerah

Absolute Thai - Tuggerah

Tuggerah
Thai$$$$
4.8/620
Absolute Thai - Tuggerah
Lone Star Rib House - Tuggerah

Lone Star Rib House - Tuggerah

Tuggerah
Steakhouse$$$$
3.7/618
Lone Star Rib House - Tuggerah
Rajdhani Indian Restaurant - West Gosford

Rajdhani Indian Restaurant - West Gosford

West Gosford
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Rajdhani Indian Restaurant - West Gosford
Copperpot  - Toukley

Copperpot - Toukley

Toukley
Indian$$$$
6.0/61
Copperpot - Toukley
Copperpot - Umina Beach

Copperpot - Umina Beach

Umina Beach
Indian$$$$
5.0/62
Copperpot - Umina Beach
Rajdhani Indian - Terrigal

Rajdhani Indian - Terrigal

Terrigal
Indian$$$$
Rajdhani Indian - Terrigal
Austrian Schnitzelhaus - Erina

Austrian Schnitzelhaus - Erina

Centre
German$$$$
5.6/68
Austrian Schnitzelhaus - Erina
Ventuno Restaurant

Ventuno Restaurant

Millers Point
Italian$$$$
5.2/6483
Ventuno Restaurant
Thai Pothong- Newtown

Thai Pothong- Newtown

Newtown
Thai$$$$
5.7/6272
Thai Pothong- Newtown
Milky Lane - Bondi

Milky Lane - Bondi

Bondi Beach
American$$$$
4.8/6308
Milky Lane - Bondi
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    Restaurants in Central Coast with photo-op locations

    Central Coast restaurants present some of the best dining opportunities in New South Wales. Just 90 minutes north of Sydney, this region has become a prime tourist spot thanks to its long, looping coastline and 80 square kilometres of lakes, with pretty resort villages sprinkled among its woodlands and rocky bluffs. Whether you're there to hike or surf, there are sure to be plenty of restaurants in Central Coast to suit your mood. Eclectic contemporary Australian cuisine with freshly sourced seasonal ingredients is the dominant culinary theme of the Central Coast's restaurants, but expect lots of international options too.
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    Central Coast restaurants with a fish theme

    It's easy to combine good food with great sight-seeing when you book a table at one of Quandoo's Central Coast restaurants. If you like spectacular landscapes with your gourmet fare, then you'll love upscale Terrigal, whose lookout point The Skillion commands panoramic vistas of the sea and mountains. Or you can work up an appetite with a brisk walk through the lush themed gardens and water features of the Mount Penang Parklands. Restaurants in Gosford, meanwhile, offer views over the ritzy sailing clubs of Brisbane Water, as well as easy access to all the other delights of this bustling cultural and sporting centre. Many of the best restaurants in Central Coast are based in the sprawling dining precinct of Erina Fair, one of the world's largest shopping malls. With over 300 stores a short step away, it's ideal for family outings, and if you happen to be a fan of ice hockey, you can catch local team the Central Coast Rhinos on their home turf, the Erina Ice Arena.
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    The multicultural side of Central Coast restaurants

    With lobsters and crabs caught locally every day, and all manner of fresh fish shipped in from the nearby Sydney markets, there's a whole raft of restaurants in Central Coast catering to lovers of seafood. One of the top places to go is The Entrance waterfront, an elegant stretch of boardwalk where the Tuggerah Lakes flow into the Tasmin Sea. Uncluttered contemporary décor and airy plate glass structures make the most of the sparkling waterside ambience. It's a perfect spot to snack on anchovy toast and watch the world go by, refresh yourself with a watermelon salad and succulent king prawns or stock up on squid and chips. And once you've enjoyed a tasty lunch, you can always stroll along to the daily pelican feedings which take place on the esplanade. For an even more laid-back vibe, head to the seaside bistros and beach shacks of Hardys Bay, where you can chug a craft beer, share a seafood platter and check out live bands under a balmy subtropical night sky.