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By Terase Davidson

Byron Pantry are relatively new to the Byron food scene but wowza have they already made a big impact with their loyal and fast-growing local foodie tribe.

So who and what is Byron Pantry? Put simply, these guys deliver home-crafted made-with-love family favourites fresh to your door! Like Lasagne ($23), Herb-crusted Chicken ($25), Pork and Fennel Pasta Bake, Zucchini Fritters ($12) and oh so much more! You can browse the full menu on Byron Pantry website www.byronpantry.com.au and make all your bookings online: easy! Byron Pantry make your life even easier still by ensuring all orders received before 9am will be delivered the very same day! Yes, you read it right, order before 9am and have your freshly made meals delivered that very same day – YAY!

Okay, so what goodness can you expect to find on the Byron Pantry menu? A very moreish and generous Beetroot and Goat-cheese Tart ($25), filled with loads of beetroot and tangy goat cheese, encased in a homemade short pastry that screams hand-crafted with love and care. This yummy tart also pairs beautifully with one of the Byron Pantry’s signature sides, the Shaved Broccoli and Almond Salad. This extra-healthy and tasty salad provides the perfect balance to the rich tart and is so tasty and satisfying you can easily forget you’re being healthy!

Another of my favourites from the Byron Pantry menu is their Yulli’s Cottage Pie ($23), a clever collaboration with local brewery Yulli’s to bring a bit of modern Byron Bay to an old-school family classic. The beef and veges in the cottage pie are cooked low and slow in the Yulli’s brew, topped with creamy mash, giving you a warm and comforting home-crafted hug on a cold winter night, served with lashings of their homemade tomato sauce finishes our perfect Friday night at home without having to cook a thing!

Now life can’t all be about the healthy! So, if you are feeling a little naughty, but still crave goodness, then I would highly recommend adding the decadent and oh-so-lovely Raspberry and White Chocolate Cake! ($14). Pure perfection with a cuppa tea after school with the kids, or a cheeky midnight snack thickly sliced and added with some butter in a frypan, lightly caramelised on both sides, and served with ice-cream! You can thank me later!

Check out the Byron Pantry’s extensive and flavour-packed menu at www.byronpantry.com.au. Orders received before 9am can be delivered same day OR order the day before for next-day delivery. 

You can also follow the foodie fun on Instagram: @byronpantry.

Words and images by Terase Davidson: Terase is the founder of Taste Byron Bay. For more information contact: www.tastebyronbay.com or follow the fun on INSTAGRAM @tastebyronbay.


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