Surfers Paradise accommodation resorts often comes with a restaurant attached or they are located within walking distance of the fantastic restaurant precinct in the Cavill Avenue mall. In the mall you will find dozens of alfresco diners, alacarte restaurants and fast food take away stores of all descriptions. In the arcades off the mall you can choose from all sorts of ethnic restaurants which include Japanese sushi or sukiyaki restaurants, Thai restaurants, Chinese and Vietnamese restaurants, Italian restaurants and many others as well. It really is about as cosmopolitan as you can get. On the corner of the mall and the esplanade is Australia’s busiest McDonald’s store and pizza and seafood diners are also found here.
Surfers Paradise attracts holiday makers from all over the Gold Coast and during the day or the evening, the area is always busy with tourists. Choosing the right place to eat is always difficult as there is so much to choose from.
Some of the alacarte restaurants in the region are reputed to be in the top list of Australian restaurants so Surfers Paradise is a place where you can dine out with the elite in the most expensive restaurants or join the masses on the footpath and enjoy alfresco diners and cafes that are full of great food and holiday atmosphere.
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