The ‘secret ingredient’ that makes some chefs a ‘hit’ was in focus at Fins Restaurant last week.
Red Bamboo @ Byron's Kumi Yoshida took the long route via Tokyo to Byron Bay from her birthplace in South Vietnam. Her family moved as refugees to Japan in the 80s where she began her culinary journey.
Andy Law from the Happy Chilli Restaurant learned his craft in the kitchens of Hong Kong and has practised it in kitchens on the east coast of Australia for 21 years.
Sandro and Mel Falzolgher are the owners and creators of Pizza Volante Boutique Mobile Woodfired Pizzeria.
Foam at Lennox has now opened in the old Seven Mile Café site. A facelift has accentuated the beachside feel; you can view the ocean from their deck on the esplanade at Lennox
Zohar Flantz and his family are the new owners of Luscious Foods in the Byron Arts and Industry Estate
The Greek diet is traditional Mediterranean eating based around simple, fresh, flavoursome ingredients resulting in a tasty healthy cuisine. Throw in sweeping views and Meraki is a winning combination.
If you can sit still long enough with the susurrant afrobeat sounds gently filling Café Oska you may be able to study the menu
Byron Fresh Café must have one of the best locations for a restaurant in Byron. On one side its tables stretch down a lane, behind the Beach Hotel, that is crowded with smaller restaurants; the other side looks onto possibly the busiest part of Jonson Street.
Eating out at your favourite restaurant or cafe needn’t be unhealthy. If you’re watching your weight you may feel anxious that by eating out all your hard work will go down the drain.
Having attended Melbourne’s Food and Wine Festival last weekend, I was reminded of a time long ago when Byron used to close off Lawson Street…
Bangalow is not an ordinary country town. The Bangalow Dining Rooms in the pub have not only an excellent restaurant dining menu, but also a ‘pub dining’ menu that is a good cut above the rest of the state.
Mullumbimby is a relaxed town, and yet, it is blessed with a number of quality eateries. Perhaps its greatest lack in the past has been a quality restaurant open regularly at night.
Ginger Pig has recently opened on the corner of Marvell and Jonson streets in Byron Bay. We asked restaurant manager/owner Daniel Britz and chef James Emanuel to tell us a little about their new venture.
A bottle of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is a popular choice for Friday night drinks at The Echo, and indeed throughout the country.
The Italian Diner is a buzzy, fun and casual diner in the heart of Bangalow specialising in authentic Italian food. It opened almost three years after the well-known Urban Café burnt down in December 2010
Byron’s iconic beachside destination has just announced the hire of renowned Australian chef Monty Koludrovic, of Masterchef: The Professionals and Ready Steady Cook for the impending summer season.
St Elmo Dining Room and Bar in Byron Bay is both a restaurant serving modern Spanish cuisine and a bar with sophisticated cocktails and an extensive wine list.
Laurie from the Court House Hotel in Mullumbimby says that his biggest-selling sparkling wine at the moment is the Tobacco Road Prosecco and his biggest-selling red wine is the Sangiovese Barbera.
Italian at the Pacific is a relaxed and stylish, contemporary Italian restaurant situated right next to the Beach Hotel at the top of Jonson Street.
Established in 1981, Fig Tree is one of Byron Bay’s most iconic restaurants. Perched under an ancient fig tree, the restaurant boasts sweeping views across Byron Bay creating a truly idyllic setting.
It’s hard to think of a more ‘Byron’ restaurant than the Byron Beach Café; from its all-weather absolute beachfront dining deck you can see surf, beach, dolphins, the lighthouse or sunset over Mount Warning.
THE ROSÉ REVOLUTION Pink, cold, refreshing and extremely food friendly, rosé may be the wine of choice with socialites in the Hamptons, but don’t let that put you off. As with any wine many styles are on offer, from rich... Read More →
Many Australians, blessed with wonderful local wine, have never ventured to taste American wines. Today we take the trip with some quality wines, available generally in local bottleshops.
Tweed’s popular Foodie Fest is not all about eating and drinking as much as you can get your hands on – its more serious side will be on show at film screenings and a forum at Murwillumbah tomorrow.