Cafe63 in Maroochydore, otherwise known as Cafe63 Sunshine Plaza, is another fine addition to the Cafe63 family that you’ll likely be familiar with if you’ve ever spent longer than two minutes in Australia. Great coffee, friendly service and a brilliant atmosphere is the name of the game, helped along by flowers that are fresh daily and always smelling good. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you’ll find Cafe63 Sunshine Plaza inside the shopping centre on Maroochydore’s Horton Parade, a very pleasant Sunshine Coast spot indeed. The food menu offers Australian and internationally-inspired fare so do reserve your table in advance to avoid missing out.
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Lovely setting good service and large selection to choose from
I found the staff friendly and professional in their service to me and other customers....there is alot if choice in food selection so you have come back to try other dishes.
Cafe63 Sunshine Plaza will hit the spot no matter what you’re hungry for. Whether you’re vegan, gluten-free, vegetarian, love a bit of meat or whatever, this being Cafe63, the food menus are built to please Australia! We’re particularly fond of the all-day breakfast options as well as the burgers and sandwiches. The Ottoman is a delight, and is a toasted sandwich inspired by Turkey complete with halloumi, green leaves, tomato, a creamy parmesan dressing, mashed avo, Greek yoghurt and roasted macadamia nuts. You’ll find no better sandwich in the Sunshine Plaza Shopping Centre, that’s for sure... and probably not in Maroochydore either.
People of the Sunshine Coast don’t settle for any old coffee, which is precisely why they love to indulge in the Di Bella coffee served with love at Cafe63 in Maroochydore. Another reason this spot is so popular? It’s a fully-fledged flower shop as well as a coffee shop, so after a long black and some breakfast you can take home a fresh bouquet. All of that topped off with staff who love what they do makes Cafe63 Sunshine Plaza one of the best bets in town. Reserve ahead of time to avoid missing out on a table, particularly over the weekend.