Harvest at Home 

Harvest chef Alastair Waddell can turn his hand to healthy nourishing takeaways

Harvest restaurant, deli and bakery are offering healthy, nourishing takeaway meals for customers to enjoy at home. Expect comfort food at its finest with daily changing dishes prepared in-house. Local vegetable-box subscriptions are available at the Harvest Deli, alongside bulk pantry essentials, take-home wellness kits and immunity boosting foods, tonics and supplements. 

Friday night is chook night, with organic roast lemon myrtle and mountain pepper chicken coming out of the bakery’s wood-fired oven, and served with locally sourced roasted root vegetables or salad to take-home.

Open daily from 8am–5pm. Call ahead and follow Harvest on Instagram for daily updates and health driven news. 

@harvestnewrybar   |  6687 2644 

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