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At the recently rebranded Savour Australia Restaurant & Catering Awards, Byron Beach Cafe took out one of three major awards, being the Consumer Vote Award for northern NSW’s best restaurant and caterer.

The Eatery Byron Bay received an honourable mention in the Best New Restaurant category.

The industry association awards were held in Coffs Harbour on Monday night with over 130 northern NSW restaurateurs and caterers participating.

Byron Beach Cafe owner Ben Kirkwood said ‘to be voted the best northern NSW restaurant and caterer by our customers is the highest honour we could ever hope to achieve. I would like to thank everyone who voted and to our hard-working team for making this win possible. We are all very proud.’


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