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No Bones: a plant-based restaurant for a new future

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No Bones restaurant

No Bones is a vegan restaurant that opened five years ago in Byron Bay and has recently expanded to Ocean Shores. This hidden gem is a must-visit for anyone looking to indulge in delicious plant-based cuisine that will satisfy both your taste buds and your conscience.

No Bones is more than just a restaurant, it’s a movement towards a more sustainable future. By choosing to dine at either of their venues, you are not only treating yourself to a delectable meal, but also contributing to a better world. The restaurant’s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint is evident in its use of locally-sourced, organic produce and it’s environmentally-friendly practices.

Their menu is bursting with creativity and flavour. Ocean Shores is open for breakfast and lunch six days a week and has some incredible dishes; from the soul and body nourishing kitchari, to a cheeky truffle mushroom toastie, and all kinds of goodies in between. Every dish is crafted with care and passion. Whether you’re a long-time vegan or just looking to try something new, No Bones has something for everyone.

The restaurant’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond its menu. No Bones uses compostable packaging, recycles its waste, composts all green waste and has eliminated single-use plastics. The team at No Bones is dedicated to making a positive impact on the planet, and their efforts are inspiring.

No Bones is not just a restaurant, it’s a community. The team at No Bones are passionate about spreading the word on plant-based living and sustainability, and they are always happy to share their knowledge and resources. If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast or brunch that is good for you and the planet, look no further than No Bones Byron, and No Bones Ocean Shores. These vegan restaurants are not only a culinary delight, but a beacon of hope for a more sustainable future.

No Bones, Byron Bay: Open seven nights from 5pm.

No Bones, Ocean Shores: Open Mon–Sat for brunch from 8am–2pm, and dinner Thu–Sat from 4–8pm.

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