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The latest incarnation of Yulli’s will bring plant-based modern Asian and Mediterranean dishes.

Yulli’s Byron Bay and its sister eatery Wok This Way will soon be merging in a move designed to consolidate staffing and give the owners a chance to further enhance the Yulli’s offering in the Northern Rivers. The latest incarnation of Yulli’s will bring plant-based modern Asian and Mediterranean dishes alongside a wide-ranging vegan wine list, cocktails and Yulli’s own kombucha, cider and beer.

Karl Cooney, Yulli’s co-founder explains: ‘While we’ve loved operating Wok This Way we’re now keen to put all our focus on just the one venue in Byron so we can really take it to the next level. The space where Wok is currently, is larger and better equipped for advancement, so it makes sense to operate from there – which we’ll be doing as Yulli’s Byron Bay from the end of February.’

Regulars from both venues need not be disappointed however as the two menus will be combined to offer locals a fusion of East Asian and Mediterranean cooking, similar to their famous Sydney restaurant.

They may well have the largest plant-based menu in the area: favourites include edamame and coconut moneybags; san choy bow with crispy rice, tofu, fresh herbs, bamboo, chilli, peanuts and fried shallots; harissa eggplant with Persian rice; as well as a choice of desserts such as sweet potato doughnuts with coconut custard, matcha crumble and watermelon sorbet.

‘With the new merged venue, in addition to dinner we’ll also be aiming to open more regularly for lunch, which we’re sure our customers will love. We’re also going to look at expanding our Yulli’s At Home take-home meals in Byron and the surrounding areas, which have been really popular to date. We’re super excited about all these new changes coming,’ says Karl.

Yulli’s Byron Bay will commence operating from the 1 Carlyle St location from the end of February. Fans of the full Wok This Way menu will have until then to dine-in for all their favourites, but don’t worry as several dishes will be making their way onto the new menu.

For all the updates follow @yullisbyronbay on Instagram.

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