You’ll find FISH Parkridge in the newly-built, resort-style neighbourhood of the same name (Parkridge), a short drive from Noosa Main Beach. You'd be hard-pressed to spot this hidden gem, unless you have your GPS directing and your stomach begging to hunt this destination down.
The restaurant is named in connection with sister-restaurant FISH on Parkyn in Mooloolaba, one of the Sunshine Coast’s oldest and most-loved seafood haunts, along with the fact the restaurant itself is inspired by a dock-to-table ethos that sees plenty of freshly caught fish appearing on their lunch and dinner menu.
With the likes of tuna tartare, a BBQ seafood plate piled with bugs, Mooloolaba prawns, Huon salmon, Hervey Bay scallops with hand-cut fries, and Fraser Isle Spanner Crab with capellini pasta and clams, you'll be choosing from a range of incredible options where sustainable seafood is blatantly the hero of the dish.
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