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Inga Schollbach and Ben Parker have been at the helm of the Goodies Juice Bar for the past two years.

Goodies is known for its healthy food and juices but with an ever-increasing choice of food, cafes and eateries in Byron itself, Inga and Ben decided to diversify a bit and offer some different selections for the health-conscious punter.

‘The new Street Food menu is now available and includes versatile dishes that add unique tastes and flavours to our summer menu,’ Ben said.

Accessible and fresh ensembles such as: the chorizo and haloumi bowl with Hayters Hill chorizo served with haloumi, chick pea puree, egg, fresh herbs and brown rice or perhaps slow-cooked Bangalow pork served with char sui sauce, chili and wasabi mayo, cucumber, an Asian vinaigrette (ginger, lemongrass, soy, garlic, fish sauce) and fresh herbs in a French baguette.

Other choices include homemade satay skewers, tofu and Asian veggies; bean and rice bowl; street corn on the cob; and much more. Brazilian chef Paolo Viado imbues the dishes with flair, creating a huge range of new and interesting choices to embellish the favourites.

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It’s something to try if you’ve taken the long and winding road into the Byron Bay CBD during ­tourist ­season.

If you’re a visitor to town, then Goodies embodies everything that is Byron Bay – healthy kickarse lifestyle (and food of course).

It’s just a stroll to get all the Goodies.

Goodies has an extensive range of healthy selections that includes fresh juices, fruits, yoghurt great coffee, extensive acai menu, fresh salads and panini, and now the new modern Street Food menu.

Goodies Juice Bar

Open 6am–6pm, seven days, situated just down from the roundabout at 20 Jonson Street, ­Byron Bay.

Phone 6680 8026.

www.facebook.com/GoodiesJuiceBar.

 


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