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Love Byron: crêperie and chocolate boutique

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Love Byron Bay: Lawson Street next to Spar Supermarket. Open 7 days 10am–10pm

Byron’s unique crêperie and chocolate boutique offers what owner Alison Campbell says is ‘the largest range of chocolate in Australia’, as well as French-inspired crêpes made fresh from the takeaway crêperie.

While your sweet, savoury, vegan or gluten-free crêpe is being flipped and hot-chocolate frothed, you can explore the seemingly endless choice of specialty local, national and international chocolates in the boutique, which is now brimming with a lineup of extraordinary bunnies and eggs.

Alison says there’s something for every taste bud, personality and special dietary preference including vegan, raw, dairy-and-sugar-free, organic and fair-trade chocolates in a variety of flavours such as marzipan, honeycomb and salted caramel. There are dark chocolate eggs up to 100 per cent cacao, and others filled with gold-dusted truffles for that surprise element!

Love Byron Bay successfully combines two favourites, French crêpes and specialty chocolate for a unique shopping and takeaway experience in Byron Bay.

www.love-byronbay.com


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