Top Choice Italian in Coffs Harbour


Classic Italian fare is prepared in an open kitchen using produce from the best local suppliers and herbs from its own garden. Expect earthy delights like bean soup, wood-fired pizza and home-made pasta. If you're n…
Cafe in Coffs Harbour

Mangrove Jack's

The attraction here is the wonderful location on a quiet bend of Coffs Creek. Enjoy a cold beer or a coffee on the balcony and catch up on some emails using the free wi-fi.
Thai in Coffs Harbour

Crying Tiger

There'll be no tears before bedtime for Thai food fans at this fragrant restaurant – unless they're spice induced. The menu is full of classic Thai dishes and you can turn the chilli gauge as high or low as you like…
Cafe in Coffs Harbour


The bright and gleaming modern decor, on-to-it service and excellent breakfasts make this town-centre cafe a hot spot for Coffs’ business set and pram brigade. Seasonal specials are chalked up weekly.
Cafe in Coffs Harbour

Urban Espresso Lounge

A stylish little outpost on the main dining strip, Urban opens out onto the street and is at once classy and casual. The food and service rarely miss a beat and terrific coffee rounds out a great package.
Cafe in Coffs Harbour

O.P 81

One of the few eateries along motel-cluttered Ocean Pde, O.P 81 has modern decor, tasty food, serious coffee and a big front deck.
Pub Food in Coffs Harbour

Yknot Bistro

This busy eatery serves pub-style seafood, steaks and pasta. Best of all, it has an ocean view – rare in Coffs – and plenty of outdoor seating.
Cafe in Coffs Harbour

Cafe Aqua

This excellent cafe near Park Beach whips up substantial cooked breakfasts and an impressive range of bagels and burgers for lunch. The coffee's good too.
Cafe in Coffs Harbour

Old John's

Cheery young staff prepare top brews and excellent food at this hip cafe, which is decked out with mismatched furniture and great art. Evenings see live music, cocktails and $15 pasta and wine deals.
Ethiopian in Coffs Harbour


This jungle-print African restaurant loves to surprise; just take a look at the menu. It may not be truly authentic, but it is certainly high on flavour and finger-licking fun.