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Just like that it feels like summer is upon us. Perfect sky-blue days followed by warm balmy evenings. 

Festive season vibes are on the horizon. After what feels like a year of hibernation, it’s time to enjoy all that the Byron restaurant scene has to offer. 

Wander up the stairs to Loft. Sitting at the top end of town, opposite the Beach Hotel, high above the streets below. If you haven’t been before, you can’t beat a table on the terrace with one of the best vantage points in town – it’s the perfect spot to relish the beauty of summer in the Bay or bask in the energy of the Byron nightlife. 

Their new summer dining menu is the talk of the town, with customers raving about the fresh, approachable, and delicious dishes. The menu features an array of elevated snacks, cheese and charcuterie boards, oysters and larger share-style dishes with sides. 

Highlights include the grilled king prawns, seared hiramasa kingfish, prawn buns and fried squid. For mains, the must-try is the crispy skin chicken served with ginger and shallot, black vinegar, sesame & crispy chilli oil.

If you have a sweet tooth, the white chocolate espuma cannot be missed. Layers of white chocolate mousse with gelato, fresh figs and a house-made caramelised white chocolate crumble.

For intimate occasions, their beautiful private dining room gives you privacy while also still feeling part of the Loft atmosphere. There are different options available for both small and large groups, including set menus and beverage packages.

Loft Byron Bay

4 Jonson St,
Byron Bay

loftbyronbay.com.au 

Ph 6680 9183


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