Breakfast and lunch at Barrio

Just one of the many delicious options on offer at Barrio.

Barrio is now open for dinner Thursday and Friday nights and weekdays for breakfast and lunch.

You can visit Barrio at Habitat in Byron Bay and sample their new menu, which combines locally sourced produce with classic flavours. The new menu takes its inspiration from the open flame grill and wood fired oven.

Straight from the charcoal-grill, expect smoked and marinated mussels, charcoal octopus with harissa, fish shish plate with a combination of seafood alongside yoghurt, pickles and flatbread, lamb kzitzot, and Proviner beef with mustard and sauerkraut.

The menu also offers a huge selection of delicious vegetable dishes, including wood roasted pumpkin, smoked mushrooms with braised greens, roasted Jerusalem artichokes dressed in olive tapenade, grilled peppers, many dips, and sumac-spiced hand-cut fries with garlic aioli.

Other highlights offered from their cabinet include daily bakes, breakfast cakes, classic sandwiches, and vibrant salads.

So, dive in and lose yourself to a feast of fun, compelling, and delicious food. 

Thursday and Friday night, bookings are required: Please email [email protected] or call 0411 323 165

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