A complete guide to Cairns Restaurants

Cairns Buffet Restaurants

Barassi's Bistro

344 Mulgrave Road, Westcourt (Cazalys)
(07) 4054 1464
email/info)(cazalys.com.au
http://www.cazalys.com.au/

Informal dining well suited to families looking for a social restaurant with reasonably priced food. Extensive children's menu and entertainment on selected evenings. Good quality bistro food with buffet and dessert.

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Bushfire Flame Grill

A unique dining concept in Cairns, Bushfire Flame Grill brings the excitement of Brazilian inspired Churrasco.

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Cafe China

35-41 Wharf Street, Cairns
(07) 4041 2828

Recently moved to inside the Reef Hotel Casino complex, Cafe China is open for yum cha lunch and chinese dinner. Owner Harry Sou has extremely high standards and you are assured of a delicious meal every time you visit this authentic Chinese restaurant. Very high quality and excellent service.

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Cafe Coco

Adjacent to the Cairns International's Lobby, Cafe Coco offers casual brassiere style dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Choose from the A La Carte menu or Buffet and enjoy quick and quality service at any time of the day.

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Charlie's

223-227 The Esplanade, Cairns (Acacia Court Hotel)
(07) 40515011

One of Cairns' favourite restaurants, Charlies has a seafood and hot food buffet that offers tremendous value for money. Look for the discount vouchers in the Cairns Post each day.

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Cherry Blossom Japanese Restaurant

Cnr Spence & Lake Sts, Cairns (Upstairs)
(07) 40521050
email/satoko)(cherryblossom.com.au
http://www.cherryblossom.com.au/

One of Cairns' oldest Japanese restaurants, being established in 1987, Cherry Blossom Japanese Restaurant features a sushi bar, table cooking, teppanyaki and Japanese noodles. An authentic Japanese dining experience utilising fresh Great Barrier Reef seafood with the refined preparation styles of Japanese cooking. Exciting Australian meats such as Kangaroo, Emu and Crocodile are also available. Open for lunch on Wed, Thu & Fri, and dinner every night except Sun.

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Coco's Restaurant

17 Abbot St, 4870 (Pullman Cairns International)
07 4050 2101
http://www.pullmancairnsinternational.com.au/

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Limericks Restaurant

99 Anderson St, Cairns (Brothers Leagues Club)
(07) 40531053
email/entertainment)(brotherscairns.com.au
http://www.brotherscairns.com.au/dining.html

Multi-award winning restaurant in the Best Family Restaurant category, Limericks offers lunch and buffet dinner, with a roast carvery on Wednesday nights. Buffet includes soup, pasta, hot dishes, vegetables, salads and desserts.

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Limmy The Flavour Of Malaysia

80 Sheridan Street, Cairns
(07) 40417939

Authentic and very high quality Malaysian food, prepared by Malaysian chefs.

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Mizuna Restaurant

New restaurant for Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort as part of a recent refurbishment. Head Chef, Mark Carrette has prepared a diverse menu featuring combinations of Australian specialties and international favourites. The restaurant will be focusing on providing fresh, locally sourced produce and 4.5 star quality.

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Mundies Restaurant

Port Douglas Road (Rydges Reef Resort), Port Douglas
(07) 40995577
http://portdouglas.rydges.com/dining.html

Overlooking tranquil lily ponds abundant with fish life, Mundies Restaurant is a casual but stylish dining option for breakfast or dinner.

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North Food + Wine

PierPoint Rd, Cairns
(07) 4031 1411
email/slmc)(shangri-la.com

With million dollar views across the Cairns harbour, Tides Restaurant is superbly positioned for a special meal. Tides utilises their buffet in sohpistocated way for breakfast with extensive hot and cold dishes available as well as an egg chef. Lunch features an authentic curry bar with a range of interesting Indian delights. Dinner is contemporary Australiasian a la carte cuisine. Shangri-La formerly had Sirocco Restaurant in a similar location.

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Silver Dragon Chinese Restaurant

One of Cairns' largest chinese restaurants, Silver Dragon is owned and operated by two local brothers, John & Phillip. Featuring an extensive menu and wine list, and conveniently located opposite Cairns CBD taxi rank.

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Sizzler

532 Mulgrave Road, Earlville (opposite Earlville Shopping Centre)
(07) 40331676

Sizzler is a great place to take the kids for food you can be sure they will enjoy. Order from an a la carte menu or choose from the famous buffet.

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Springs Restaurant

122 Lake Street, Cairns
(07) 40801888

Located at Oasis Resort Cairns, Springs is a high class restaurant in an unlikely location. Don't be fooled by its location in the foyer of a hotel, Springs serves wonderful food and has friendly service. Definitely worth a visit.

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Sushi Express Cairns

Shop 28 Abbott Street, Orchid Plaza, Cairns
(07) 40414388

Sushi Express chugged into town long before its identical twin, Sushi Train arrived. It serves delightful little Japanese treats on a genuine miniture train upstairs at Orchid Plaza.

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Sushi Train

Shop 144 Cairns Central, Cairns
(07) 40315444
http://www.sushitrain.com.au/

Rush in for a quick hit of Japanese food plucked from a moving conveyer belt, or relax and sit green tea while perusing the delicacies passing under your nose. Sushi Train is a treat for kids and adults alike.

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Sushi Zipang

39 Shields St., Cairns
(07) 40513328

Sushi Zipang is a culmination of all that's good about dining in a Japanese restaurant - a funky conveyer belt with exquisite selections, coupled with an a la carte menu featuring a wide array of Japanese dishes and combos. Prices at Sushi Zipang are very reasonable, and the restaurant is licensed - I recommend the Sake!

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Tjapukai

Cairns Western Arterial Road, Caravonica, 4878
(07) 4042 9900
email/bookings)(tjapukai.com.au
http://www.tjapukai.com.au/tjapukai-by-night/

Experience the spirit of indigenous Australia with the Tjapukai Night Tour, where you will enjoy a four-course buffet dinner and a live performance demonstrating the Aboriginal culture.

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