Going on a holiday is more than just a chance to relax. You can unwind, rejuvenate, and explore if you choose the right destination and accommodation.
If you haven't gone to Burleigh Surf or have not seen enough of the Gold Coast suburb, Burleigh Surf or simply Burleigh has established itself as a gastronomic hotspot. Burleigh, home to some of the city's most beloved dining venues, is the place to visit for the best wine and dining experiences.
Below is a list of dining spots you should visit on your upcoming trip to Burleigh.
The Tropic is a lovely full-service restaurant located at the northern end of Burleigh Pavilion.
The restaurant is surrounded by sun and sea spray, making for a relaxing but high-end eating experience. Aside from a lovely setting, you can enjoy a modern Australian and Mediterranean menu. On the last Saturday of the month, The Tropic has a bottomless Brunch that includes entertainment, a delectable cuisine, and the most fabulous view on the Coast!
Rick Shores has been one of the forerunners of a new dining standard in Australia's sixth-largest city since opening in 2016. The restaurant is the ideal spot for a modern Asian eating experience right on the beach in Burleigh Heads. Sample Pan-Asian flavours made with fresh, locally and ethically sourced ingredients. Rick Shores is a seafood lover's dream come true.
Since opening in January 2019, Rosella's has been bringing Australiana to Burleigh Heads, including Australian animal prints, wattles on the counter, and a nostalgic-with-a-twist cuisine. The restaurant serves nostalgic and indigenous cuisine and a fantastic selection of natural Australian wines, and a reserve list of rare wines from small-batch producers in the area.
La Bella Cellar
Don't miss the hidden restaurant is only distinguished by a wooden door and a cactus. Yes, it's easy to walk right past it, so keep an eye out and remember La Bella Cellar. This quaint wine bar offers a selection of fine wines combined with beautiful snacks. You can even create your cheese board to accompany your vino. Wines from Spain, Italy, and France are available, including a prominent area dedicated to Australian wines.
Burleigh's secret bar is called Lockwood. Yes, it's difficult to find, and even if you do, you must request entrance via text message. You can pull up a stool at the bar suited for fifty guests and be sure of receiving exceptional service from trendy bartenders. You'll spend many a night nursing a glass at this vintage speakeasy, which serves an excellent choice of local and foreign wines.
Are you ready to visit all these places? Book your Burleigh Beach Accommodation with Burleigh on the Beach. The Burleigh Beach Resort is a tranquil seaside hideaway located 50 yards from Burleigh Beach. Choose from 24 modern, totally self-contained apartments where you can relax and recharge during your visit. As a visitor, you can use the resort's recreational facilities, including a heated pool and spa and a guest gym and a grill in the resort garden.