Ryce for breakfast

Ryce Byron Bay is now open for breakfast!

From 7am Saturday and Sunday Ryce, located right up the beach end of Jonson St opposite the Beach Hotel in the old Hog’s Breath building, will be offering a selection of breakfast dishes that are sure to set you up for the day.

Whether you are taking some time out for quiet contemplation or a group of friends preparing for a day on the beach, Michael Gravaghan says you are ‘welcome to sit back, browse through a selection of complementary newspapers of just take in the ocean views while drinking Zentveld’s Byron Blend coffee’.

‘The menu features dishes influenced by our love for southeast Asian flavours. Highlights include our Big Brekkie $24 (turmeric hash cake, bacon, sausage, soy mushrooms, eggs, sourdough toast), Black-tea-smoked salmon $19 (salmon, poached egg, cucumber on rye), Morning Glory $19 (morning glory water spinach, sourdough, poached egg, hollandaise), Bacon & Egg Bao $16 (fried egg, kimchi, back served in our bao buns).

More info:
Ph: 6680 9183

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