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No Bones vegan bar and kitchen.

Imagine dining at a restaurant where you can relax knowing that your choices will be ethical no matter what you order, and where you can be proud, knowing that you’ve contributed to a better Earth in this moment, without compromising on flavour. A place where the music flows freely and gently to suit the aesthetics; a cosy and natural outdoor setting with candles and festoon lighting to set the right mood.

No Bones is the brainchild of Tahlia, Yasmina and Laurie, with a vision of bringing people together over good food; meat eaters and vegans alike, in an attempt to change the way we think about what we put in our mouths. Let’s face it, the future of food must be one of sustainability, and every time you choose a vegan meal, you’re helping reduce your footprint and helping to fight climate change. So every meal counts.

No Bones are always trying their best to work with local farmers, using the abundant produce and products we have in our region. They are part of a plant-based movement and invite you to join them on their expedition to save the Earth one Brussels sprout at a time – by dining at No Bones you will have taken one small step for mankind!

You’ll want to make sure you bring along as many friends as you can gather. From Penang ‘Duk’ curry with som tum salad and kaffir sticky rice, to Buffalo Fried ‘Chick’n’ with ranch, blue cheese crumble and pickled celery; it’s obvious that No Bones is on a mission to change the way people think about vegan food. The menu is best enjoyed when shared, and they promise to look the other way while you lick your plate. Oh, and let’s not forget the delightful taste explosions from their cocktails (some say the best in town) – they say that the secret ingredient is 100 per cent LOVE. So very Byron!

11 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
0481 148 007
nobonesbyronbay.com.au


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