in Dining Out
Jul 12th 2016 11:05pm
When you visit Byron Bay you will be excited to go out, dining and trying the local food affair and produce; the fertile and abundant region of Byron Bay is renowned for locally produced artisan food products and the restaurants use fresh local produce.
The town of Byron Bay is vibrant and colourful with dining to match, offering a good array of international foods including quality Thai, Mexican, Japanese, Italian, Indian, Mediterranean and more your taste buds will think they’re gone on an international vacation. Some top picks are Kinoko Japanese, Cardamon Pod, Il Buco, Miss Margarita’s and Orient Express.
If it’s a snack and a good coffee you’re after the options are endless with a number of café’s serving locally grown coffee beans, organic coffee and coffee beans roasted on site. Bayleaf Café is highly recommended with single origin coffee or try something different and experience cold drip coffee; order a serve of freshly baked banana bread on the side and you will be soaking up the warm morning sun in bliss at Bayleaf Café. What’s even more convenient is Succulent Café are right at the entrance to Byron Quarter, with great coffee, breakfast and lunch menu’s you don’t have to go far for good food and remember a little birdy told you the pancakes are heavenly!
And The Balcony can’t be missed for an afternoon of cocktails and tapas share plates.
If you’ve been to Byron before or want to explore a little further afield check out some of these options.
Bangalow is a short drive to the historical town that has been refurbished in a sophisticated manner, beneath the verandah’s of the single main street you will be delighted to find great cafes, restaurants, quaint shops with fabulous shopping, galleries and more.
Brunswick Heads is just north of Byron Bay at the mouth of the river, the classic riverside pub has regular music events that can be enjoyed from the open gardens with the bistro serving quality pub meals. This neat little dining hub is a treasure to find with lots of café and recommended restaurants to choose from as you enjoy the relaxed riverside views.
Lennox Head is south of Byron approximately 25minutes, the seaside village has everything from great fish and chip shops, a gelato bar serving organic coffee, cafes and restaurants. Foam do incredible breakfast and fine dining in a relaxed environment with ocean views, if woodfired pizza takes your fancy pop into Quattro’s plus much more to discover.
For a special celebratory experience Ray’s on Wategos in Byron Bay is superb serving fresh seafood and a great wine list. Harvest in Newrybar is another favourite serving up some of the regions finest flavours. And Three Blue Ducks at The Farm in Ewingsdale are doing a roaring trade every day of the year using sustainable farming and hospitality practices, they’re an inspiration.
The dining options in the region are extraordinarily vast and set to impress, this is just to get you started and there's plenty more pearls to discover as you enjoy the flavours of Byron Bay!
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