ba Vigo opened its doors in October 2004.
After two years of research and hard work ba Vigo became a reality for owner/ chef
Nick Belton and his wife Louise.
Their love for Spanish culture and the Sunshine Coast
is reflected in the food, service and décor of the restaurant.
Architects Bark Design of Doonan transformed an empty shell into an
eclectic mix of recycled timber, 50’s Italian furniture and clean modern lines.
Entrée $10 - $18, Main $23 - $36, Dessert $12 - $14
Cash, Amex, Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos
Licensed, Outside dining area, Secure parking, Street parking, Wheelchair access, Child friendly
Child-friendly, Contemporary, Relaxed, Suitable for business
Gluten Free and vegetarian options upon request
Open 7 days
Queensland Food and Wine 2010 Guide awarded ba Vigo 15/20, One Star.
"Ba Vigo means 'go to Vigo' so there's an element of pressure on chef Nick Belton to transport the diner to an authentic Spanish bistro experience"
Courier Mail Food and Wine Guide 2009 Queensland awarded ba Vigo 15/20, One Star.
"Husband and wife team Nick and Louise Belton opened Ba Vigo at Cotton Tree about two years ago and continue to offer their customers excellent, innovative food in a friendly, modern environment"
Courier Mail food and wine guide Queensland 2008 awarded ba Vigo 15/20, One Star.
"Modern decor inside and umbrella'd tables outside make a lively setting for this very professional little establishment on the secluded Cotton Tree reach at Maroochydore"