Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort restaurants

Whether you’re seeking a casual experience or a more formal fine dining restaurant, the restaurants and bars at Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort are ideal for any taste and occasion. From our international restaurants to our pool bar, many of our dining settings offer indoor and outdoor terrace seating so guests may savour the beautiful resort surroundings.

  • Christmas Day Lunch Buffet

      

      

    Monday 25th December 2017

    12:30pm – 3:30pm

    Selection of fresh seafood, traditional Christmas favourites, live cooking station, delicious Christmas desserts; and a standard 3 hour beverage package consisting of house sparkling, red and white wines, house beers and soft drinks. Plus a visit from Santa.

    After lunch guests are welcome to enjoy some relaxation by the lagoon style swimming pool.


    Adult $164*

    Child (4-17 years) $95*

    Infants (0-3) complimentary

      

    Booking essential.

    *Book by 30th September 2017 to receive EARLY ELF OFFER --- only $154 per adult / $90 per child! 

      

    Download booking form below and return a copy to us at  events@novotelcairnsresort.com.au

    Or book online at CairnsTickets.com

  • Christmas Dinner

    Join us for Christmas Dinner at Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort! 

    Only at Mizuna Restaurant 5:30pm - 8:30pm

    CHARCUTERIE & ANTIPASTO

    Artisan charcuterie, Australian cheeses selection, olives, pickles, antipasto & breads

    Hots

    Twice-cooked, Masterstock braised pork belly with crackling and apple sauce

    Mustard-crusted beef with pan jus

    Peking style Roast turkey breast, julienne vegetables

    Wok-fried Asian vegetables with shitake oyster sauce

    Golden, crispy duck fat roast potatoes

    Creamy truffled cauliflower & broccoli gratin

    Colds

    FNQ King prawns on ice

    Beetroot & house-marinated feta, toasted hazelnuts & spinach

    Green paw paw with coconut and soft herbs

    Heirloom tomato Caprese salad with fresh Mozzarella

    Fresh garden salad station

    DESSERT

    Steamed fruit pudding with brandy anglaise

    Pavlova topped with seasonal berries & fresh cream

    Fruit trifle with vanilla custard & cream

    Prices: $79 per adult, $45 per child (4-17), Infants (0-3) complimentary

    Includes selection of wine, beer & soft drinks!

    Bookings essential:

    E: events@novotelcairnsresort.com.au

    P: (07) 4080 1821

     

     

  • New Years Eve 2017

    Celebrate New Year’s Eve here at Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort

    From 5:30pm - 8:30pm enjoy a delicious Seafood buffet in Mizuna's Restaurant (kids menu also available) followed by fireworks on the Cairns Esplanade from 9pm and then at 12pm. 

    Limited seats available - for more information and to reserve your tickets see below or simply call or email us: 

    P: (07) 4080 1821

    E: events@novotelcairnsresort.com.au

    www.cairnstickets.com.au
  • Friday Night BBQ on the Terrace with live music!

    Bring the Family and the Kids Eat FREE*

    Meet Head Chef Damon 'on the tongs' and listen to the cool groove of Colorful BLAC

    A fun filled and enjoyable night to kick off the school holidays!

    $29.00 per person

    *Kids under 12 years old eat FREE with every paying adult

     Complimentary glass of wine for AccorPlus members

    Bookings advisable - 07 4080 1801

  • Mizuna Restaurant

    Named after a delicate green leaf found in gourmet salads, Mizuna Restaurant offers hotel guests and Cairns residents a refreshingly different perspective on modern à la carte dining.

    Little guests are warmly welcomed with a special children’s menu adapted to their age with balanced food.

    Mizuna Restaurant is open for breakfast from 6am to 10am; and dinner is served from 6pm

  • Aqua Bar (Poolside)

    After a refreshing swim in the lagoon style pool, swim up to the pool bar to order from the delicious lunch and snack menu.

    Aqua Bar is open daily, beginning at Noon (weather permitting).

  • Novo Bar

    Located on the ground floor, Novo Bar is ideal for a quiet drink.

    Wind down before dinner in one of our comfortable lounge chairs and enjoy a pre dinner drink.

    Novo Bar is open daily from 5:00 p.m. until late.

  • TAKING A LEAF OUT OF MIZUNA’S BOOK   (ARTICLE FROM CAIRNS EYE - WEEKEND POST 26.11.2016)

    MIZUNA IS MAKING AN EPICUREAN COMEBACK WITH A MENU REFLECTING PACIFIC RIM INFLUENCES

    After a spell in the metaphorical wilderness, Mizuna is back in the game.

    This hotel restaurant has, over the years, generally been consistent, but there have been some road bumps.

    Tonight some interesting culinary twists bring an opportune return to the fold.

    Seated, by request, al fresco with views to the lagoon-style swimming pool there is plenty of privacy having the large patio to ourselves, just a couple of other tables of diners indoors.

    Drinks ordered – the house sauv blanc served very cold is agreeable – we share a plate of bruschetta. Four slabs of toasted ciabatta drizzled with olive oil are accompanied by a self-serve bowl of diced fresh tomato, red onion, basil and balsamic vinegar.

    Off to a good start. It is surprising how many restaurants can mess up something so basic.

    Entrees look adventurous - karaage chicken lotus bun with Asian salad and five-spice pickled vegetables; as well as sesame-seared tuna with pickled red onion, baby fennel and mayonnaise, noted for future reference.

    Also of interest is baked brie with confit cherry tomatoes, caramelised onions, sourdough bread and bread sticks, but perhaps for sharing with a like-minded guest.

     

    This time around, my companion is young and rather conventional, so we stay on familiar territory.

    Our main courses include super food salad of burghul wheat, quinoa, roast vegetables, cashews, avocado, soft-boiled egg, kale and wild roquette with a preserved lemon and yoghurt dressing (guilty) and for the young’un, seared duck breast with braised kale, cauliflower gravel, saffron potato crush and sour cherry jus.

    I pinch a bit of duck (nice thick meaty slabs with just a little fat, could be a tad pinker perhaps), inherit the entire portion of kale (kids and kale are polar opposites, I am informed) and shovel over a bit of my generous salad.

    This is some salad! Crunchy, tangy, herby, nutty – it’s a rainbow with all the elements of greatness and certainly constitutes a balanced meal.

    The duck dish is classic and, in context, the braised kale is satisfyingly salty, clashing deliciously with the cherry jus. The earthy “gravel” is grated or ground cauliflower, which assumes a grainy consistency.

    For dessert, we’ve been eyeing off chocolate and beetroot brownie with raspberry sorbet, but concede our eyes are bigger than our bellies and should probably have forgone the bread.

    As they say, forewarned is forearmed and we have no regrets, having enjoyed it all.

    Verdict: Worth a return visit.

     

     

    Mizuna Restaurant
    122 Lake St, Cairns (Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort). Ph: 4080 1801

    Prices:
    Bruschetta $9; entrees $16 - $21;
    salads $18.5 - $19.5; mains $28 - $34; desserts $13 - $16.5

    Need to know: Mizuna is a leafy salad vegetable popular in Japan.

    26 Nov 2016

    Weekend Post, Cairns

    Author: Narelle Muller • Section: Cairns Eye