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Barrio’s Fremantle octopus, confit potato, green olive and almond. Photo: Jess Kearney

Congratulations to our local favourite restaurant Barrio Eatery & Bar, who has just been named as ‘one of Byron’s most popular all-day eateries for Middle Eastern-inspired cooking’ by the Sydney Morning Herald’s renowned ‘Good Food Guide’ 2021.

Check out the new summer menu by Head Chef, Jude Hughes, which is a celebration of what is delicious right now. All produce is smoked, cured, and pickled in-house and the menu is constantly evolving.

A complex arrangement of hooks, chains and flames allow for simultaneous fast and slow cooking; tuna is cured into bacon for breakfast bagels; slow ferment sourdough flatbread is grilled with chicken fat and za’atar; Kinkawooka mussels are steamed and smoked before being submerged in preserved lemon and olive oil; large pieces of Provenir hanger steak rest on top of the grill; while ‘to-order’ beef hearts sizzle on skewers below, then, they are thinly sliced and served with house-made taramasalata (a twist on vitello tonnato).

Make sure you order the Fremantle octopus with confit potato and olives; and save room for the Baklava with house-made strawberry sorbet.

1 Porter Street, North Byron
www.barriobyronbay.com.au
@barriobyronbay

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