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January 25, 2021

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Federico Raspo is ready to take your order at Delivery Byron Bay. Photo Tree Faerie.

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So you’re sitting in your lounge room and pizza or Indian is not the biggest decision to make – you are going to have to play scissors, paper, rock to see who braves this insane weather to go out and get takeaways. Or Not!

Delivery Byron Bay is your number one source for food deliveries in the area. From Ewingsdale to Suffolk Park, Federico Raspo and his team of drivers are dedicated to giving you the very best service, with a focus on the food arriving as if it had just come from the kitchen to your table.

Founded in 2020 Federico says Delivery Byron Bay serves customers all over Byron Bay and are thrilled to be a part of our community.

With a background in mechanical engineering and personal training, Federico, who is from Argentina, is currently studying business. Federico says he loves being in Byron because ‘It’s a natural calm place, where you can live in peace, breathing pure oxygen, with beautiful views. I feel like I have no worries and stress that come with living in the city – no traffic, contamination, stress, city rhythms.’ 

‘I like to do deliveries in Byron – I can listen to music or listen to some audiobooks or podcasts.’

Federico says he really likes any kind of progress. ‘I have been seeing how Byron Bay has grown and improved, which is really good in some aspects. At the same time, I am a bit worried about some of this growth, we can feel how Byron is changing – food prices are more expensive, rent prices are more expensive, there is more traffic. I understand that it is really difficult to push back against the power of the money, but if we collaborate we can stop big corporations getting in Byron Bay. If this keeps happening Byron Bay vibes will end up being more like big city’s vibes than the magical healthy and peaceful vibes that Byron is recognised for.’

Federico says he feels the Byron Bay community are genuine. ‘They love to support locals and protect the local environment.’

Federico says his team of drivers are all locals. ‘They know the Byron area really well. We’re committed to offering you an amazing food experience through our delivery services, covering all your favourite restaurants and takeaways here in town. Just choose what you fancy eating, and we’ll take care of the rest.’

For more information you can find Delivery Byron Bay on their website: deliverybyronbay.com.

Federico says more restaurants are being added to the website daily including Bombay to Byron, Kinoko, OSushi, Il Buco, Slice, Bayger, Taco Joe’s and Byron Kebab to name a few.

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