Noosa’s new seafood restaurant is top notch

The Notch Bar and Restaurant sits in the heart of the iconic, slightly bohemian, Real Dining Precinct in Noosa Junction.

By Abbey Cannan

Noosa’s brand new seafood restaurant is top notch in helping local fisheries and farmers bring fresh produce to the table.

The Notch Bar and Restaurant sits in the heart of the iconic, slightly bohemian, Real Dining Precinct in Noosa Junction.

Owner Kirk Dalgrin said the design team recently finished the restaurant with playful, modern touches.

“Modern touches blend seamlessly, setting a contemporary stage for our catering team’s exceptional food and beverage selection, while presenting a whole new way to enjoy the Noosa dining experience,” said Kirk.

The Notch family is committed to sourcing and serving the finest produce and seafood without compromising on quality or sustainability.

“The team here is increasingly aware that sustainable fishing is at the very heart of marine conservation,” Kirk said.

“If the oceans die, we will die. I am really passionate about the natural environment of our children.

“It’s the right way forward, and we’d love for you to join us in celebrating our hospitality and local produce.”

Notch is a great meeting and party spot, serving Signature coffee and Noosa tea, an excellent wine list, draft beer, artisan sandwiches and seafood lunches, freshly baked pastries, breakfasts Sunday and good dinners.

“Our premium seafood, without the sky-high prices, is made possible because the chef deals directly with local fishermen,” Kirk said.

“We have Tin Can Bay Shrimp, Key Crab, Scallops, Mooloolaba Octopus, local reef oysters and beautifully prepared and cooked pelagic fish.

“I recommend everyone to try the local calamari, served simply grilled with garlic butter.”

Notch Noosa sends a big thank you to its fittings team, staff and suppliers.

“We would like to thank Hightide Electrical, RG Strategic Luke the Plumber, Brightworks, Sunrise Creative, Social Tap, Embassy Stone, Coverings, Lee Fishery, Galeru Farm, Mooloolaba River Fisheries, Tagigan Rd Produce, Noosa Seafoods, Markris Foods, Davo the Fisherman , Noosa Reds, Heads of Noosa, Diablo, Coopers Brewery, Gathered Wine and Noosa Tea,” Kirk said.

Notch Bar and Restaurant recognizes and respects past, present and future Guardians and Elders, and the continuation of the cultural, spiritual and educational practices of First Nations people.

To reserve a table, visit or call 07 5324 0090.

Find Notch Bar and Restaurant at 14 Sunshine Beach Rd, Noosa Heads.

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