“Our concept is based around the elegance of simplicity. Simplicity is often the hardest goal to achieve as there is nothing to hide behind. We achieve this simplicity through growing all of our own vegetables on our organic farm, baking our own organic sour dough in a hundred year old wood fired oven, dry ageing our own meat, buying in only whole cheeses and ripening in the deli, slicing all charcuterie to order, the kitchen making everything from scratch.
We treat all of our water on site. We are heavy recyclers.We compost all of our green waste and then is used to fertilise our onsite kitchen gardens and Organic farm. We have a 10 KW solar system on the roof. We have little to no food miles with the bakery and the deli being on site, the organic farm is only 500m up the road.
The food we serve is super fresh and uncomplicated, all local produce is either grown by us or sourced from within a very small radius. Our climate lends itself to the less heavy foods for most of the year so local seafood holds a large part of our menu. Signature dishes would be our pork belly, Dry aged deli steaks and the amazing seafood that rolls in the door.
Harvest Cafe is located in the historic village of Newrybar, just 15 minutes from Byron Bay, and is open for breakfast and lunch 7-days a week and dinner Thurs-Sat. To discover more about Harvest Cafe and Deli, visit their website, or read their blog
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