Bounty in Bruns

Sydney born chef and London restaurateur, Bonny Porter, is preparing to open her first Australian restaurant next month in Brunswick Heads. Overlooking the Simpson River, Bounty will be Northern NSW’s newest dining establishment serving breakfast & lunch 7 days a week, and dinner Thursday to Sunday.

The 80-seat wholesome restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating will be an entirely new concept for Bonny, and will incorporate a casual takeaway affair during the day with a more sophisticated dining service in the evenings. David Lovett, ex-Uccello chef and 100-mile table, will be coming on board as head chef of Bounty, bringing with him a wealth of experience both in the kitchen and the Northern NSW area.

‘We have a really strong team behind Bounty, and are very excited to be bringing a brand new dining concept to the Brunswick Heads area. Bounty will be a destination that brings people together around a common love of simple food done well in the small seaside village that Bruns is,’ says Bounty owner Bonny Porter.

Bounty 2 The Terrace, Brunswick Heads
Opens: Friday 7 December

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