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25 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads QLD 4567 Australia
Location: 8/46 Duke St, Sunshine Beach QLD 4567
Opening Hours: 7 days 12pm - 10.30pm
With its plantation shutters overlooking the Norfolk pines of Sunshine Beach’s high street and an eclectic interior of manga inspired themed walls, cane lamp shades, an authentic rickshaw and green courtyard, Sum Yung Guys is an asian feast for the senses: and that’s before you even open a menu. The brainchild of four local foodie mates (including Matt Sinclair, 2016 Masterchef runner up of broken chocolate egg fame), SYG has quickly become a stand out in the Noosa dining scene and the restaurant locals consider a five star experience worthy of special occasions and for visitors, essential holiday dining.
The nod to asian culture reaches into the depths of the well-run kitchen and reverberates through a menu of shared plates cherry-picking the best of Far
East flavours. From the deliciously fiery Hiramasa Kingfish with green skud, laksa oil and coconut, to the slurpy goodness of a yellow curry with pumpkin,
snake bean and siken tofu and the eye-closing lusciousness of Heavenly Beef and its wu-tang sambal, lunch or dinner at SYG is an absolute aromatically
charged experience. Even the sides are created with care and excellence: order a roti and see how difficult it is to share its flaky pastry, perfect
for scooping up any of the delicious sauces, with others. Let us spare you the argument and suggest you order one per person at the beginning of the
A small, less adventurous menu is available for children, though room for them to move is very limited.
Cocktails go beyond the use of coriander and into bolder Asian flavours; try the Ivy, a mixture of thai basil, pandan, lime, vodka, elderflower and vermouth.
A long list of asian and western liquors, Australian, imported and small batch local beers as well as a comprehensive wine list ensures that every
guest with any palate will find a drink to match what is a delectable dining experience.
As would be expected, bookings (well in advance) for a table are an absolute necessity, though the good folk at SYG have mitigated disappointment with
an excellent takeaway bar right next door. Can we get a Hallelujah?