In Australia, when you think Mexican food, you think Montezuma’s, and Noosa Heads is no exception. Here at the Bay Village restaurant and retail precinct on Hastings Street you can get your fix of classic, hearty Mexican dishes prepared with the freshest of ingredients and never leave disappointed. The menu has options that will satisfy meat-lovers and vegetarians alike and, with an authentic Mexican ambience, there’s never a dull moment when dining here. Go see for yourself why Montezuma’s has been setting the bar high for Mexican dining in Australia for almost 30 years now. Better book ahead, as the Sunshine Coast loves their tacos!
Microwaved and burnt food. Premix margarita. Filthy menus where even the typeface has worn off. Sticky dirty tables. Less than enthusiastic staff. Quick meal? Yes. Good food? NO
Service was great and food was beautiful. The only thing I would say is to time the meals a bit better. My mum was still eating her entree when the mains come so a bit rushed. Other than that beautiful dinner.
Unhappy with service and quality of food. Very nice atmosphere but the service was poor and food took ages to come. The taste was unappealing and the presentation was also not very nice.
With the first Montezuma’s opening its doors in Queensland way back in 1978, the wildly popular franchise has gone from strength to strength for almost three decades. No wonder their selection of Mexican classics hit the spot every time. When in Noosa Heads on the Sunshine Coast, don’t be satisfied with merely the Mexican climate. For a real Mexican fiesta make your way to Montezuma’s on Hastings Street. There, start proceedings off with a cold Mexican cerveza or margarita, then warm up with a plate of beef & bean nachos smothered in melted cheese and don’t forget the guacamole.
For the main event, get into some corn tortilla-wrapped goodness in form of burritos or enchiladas with your choice of filling. Luckily, Montezuma’s at Noosa Heads’ Bay Village shopping centre knows you’ll want to try it all and offer their combinaciones dishes where you can sample various classics. Quickly call for the cheque before you get seduced by their churros, a Mexican-style donut covered in cinnamon sugar. But book your table in advance, you’re not the only one who fancies their guacamole.