in Dining Out
Jun 25th 2014 11:36am
The Balcony, Byron Bay is one of the last historical building in Byron Bay, it is also one of the first things you’ll see when entering town.
After climbing the red carpeted stairs you’ll enjoy great views overlooking the streets of Byron Bay – perfect for watching the world go by!
Enjoy the breezes off the ocean in the summer months or warm up by the cosy fireplace in the cooler months.
During winter The Balcony serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner and cocktails on weekends, Monday and Friday from 8am until late.
On Tuesday – Thursday, The Balcony trades from 4pm for dinner and drinks until late. (check their website for Summer and full trading hours).
What’s on the menu? Here’s a taste …
Macadamia Muesli, Tasmanian smoked salmon, Balcony Big Breakfast, Wild Mushrooms, Pancakes … and more.
Pumpkin risotto, Corella Pear Salad, Rib Eye Fillet, Balcony Beef Burger, Oysters, Tapas … and more.
Zarzuella (spanish stew), Confit Chicken, Pork Belly, Rack of Lamb, Tasmanian Salmon, Oysters, Tapas, Sides … and more!
Crema Catalana, Rhubarb and Apple Crumble, Hot Chocolate Fondant, Churros.
You’ll also find a selection of cheese boards, cocktails, fortified wines, hot drinks, juices, frappe, beer, wine …
For the full menu visit The Balcony Byron Bay.
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