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Celebrate Argentine Cuisine every friday at Crystalbrook Byron’s Parilla BBQ

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On the evening of July 19, the menu will feature empanadas humita, roasted picanha with grilled vegetables, and dulce de leche flan accompanied by raspberries and lemon myrtle mascarpone. These dishes highlight the rich, smoky flavours and vibrant ingredients characteristic of Argentine cuisine. While the BBQ is prepared outside on the lawn, you’ll be able to watch from the cosy comfort of the restaurant.

For those attending on July 12 and 26, the menu will shift to grilled butterfly prawns with fermented chilli and garlic butter, roasted grilled chicken with salsa verdeo, and grilled vegetables. To finish, guests will enjoy grilled pineapple with candied walnuts, caramel, and lemon myrtle mascarpone.

Parilla BBQ Friday is more than just a dining event; it’s an opportunity to relax and enjoy a casual, inviting atmosphere. With live acoustic music and the natural beauty of Byron Bay as a backdrop, it’s a perfect setting for friends and family to gather.

Whether you’re a guest at the resort or a local looking for an extraordinary dining experience, this event promises to be a highlight of your week, leaving you with flavours to remember and stories to share. Walk-ins are welcome or reserve a spot at crystalbrookcollection.com/byron/specialoffers.

5pm–8:30pm Fridays in July (12, 19, 26).
Price: $55 per person, including a glass
of mulled wine.


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