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On the lookout for a great Coffs Coast meal

Place a vote in the poll as the Advocate tries to find the Coffs Coast's most popular restaurants.
Place a vote in the poll as the Advocate tries to find the Coffs Coast's most popular restaurants.

WHERE are the best places on the Coffs Coast to go out for a great meal?

The question was asked on the weekend via the Advocate's Facebook page and the list has been narrowed down thanks to the suggestions of our readers.

Now all we need for you do to is place a vote in the poll below for where you love to go out to eat.

From Bellingen in the south up to Woolgoolga in the north, there's two dozen restaurants on the Coffs Coast vying for the mantle of the region's best.

It may be that your favourite restaurant isn't listed among the poll suggestions. If this is the case, please feel free to vote other then leave a comment where you love to go out to for a great dining experience. 

What is your favourite Coffs Coast restaurant?

This poll ended on 14 March 2014.

Aloy Dee Thai (Woolgoolga) - 1%

Barrels (Sawtell) - 2%

Rustic Table (Woolgoolga) - 1%

Charlies (Northern Beaches) - 7%

Cocoa (Coffs CBD) - 2%

Element Bar (Jetty) - 2%

Fiasco (Jetty) - 6%

Fig (Sawtell) - 4%

Flooded Gums (Bonville) - 11%

Hogs Breath (Jetty) - 1%

Horizons (Northern Beaches) - 6%

Latitude 30 (Marina) - 2%

Lime Mexican (Coffs CBD) - 2%

Macauley's (Park Beach) - 4%

Maharaja Tandoori (Moonee) - 0%

Mana Chita (Coffs CBD) - 2%

Mangrove Jacks (Coffs Creek) - 6%

Sarong (Sawtell) - 0%

Other - 12%

Rendezvous (Coffs CBD) - 0%

Thai Tales (Sawtell) - 0%

Wins Thai Kitchen (Coffs CBD) - 7%

Zen Japanese (Coffs CBD) - 1%

Zulu's (Pacific Hwy) - 9%

Saltwater (Emerald Beach) - 4%

Fast food restaurants - 0%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  coffs coast, easy eating, fine dining, restaurant



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