An Innisfail institution offering goodies including 60-plus varieties of European cheese, ham and salami, and scrumptious sandwiches. Fantastic coffee, too.
The most reliable feed in Innisfail is luckily right next door to the visitor information centre. Meals are large enough to share and draw on local seafood and juicy steaks, surrounded by chips, salad and fresh vege…
Regulars enjoy the idyllic, breezy seaside setting and the huge seafood baskets of battered and crumbed fish, barbecued calamari, wonton prawns, tempura scallops and more.
Fresh-as-it-gets fish to throw on the BBQ and organic cooked prawns by the bagful ($18 to $20 per kilogram).
This hugely popular local haunt is known for its thin-crust pizzas and enormous buffets, complete with home-made desserts such as tiramisu.