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The Farm Byron Bay, Byron Bay

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
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  • The setting, produce, ambiance and food were all stunning. We had a fantastic night with mind blowing dinner and great service. Well worth a visit. 
  • We went for lunch on a weekday during the school holidays - was very busy giving a somewhat stressful atmosphere to the place while we waited about 30 mins for a free table (can't book for breakfast o...  read more »
  • Lovely, if not slightly expensive, breakfast followed by the farm tour. Some food from the farm is served in the restaurant which is nice. 
  • Getting to the place was a little tricky but it was well worth the hassle. The grounds are lovely and the animals seemed happy. The coos were cool and no, that isn't a spelling mistake.
  • Our experience at ''The Farm'' was very underwhelming. as we arrived we waited to be seated for over 20 minutes, this is not a huge deal as they where very busy, but the fact that staff members did not greet us or explain the situation was at the least very frustrating. There was 3 of us and we all ordered the fish with fresh seasonal vegetables. when the fish came out it was a very small portion almost bite size, the vegetables was an overcooked full spring onion on top and that was it. needless to say the taste was sensational but for $36 we expected a little more value. We where all still very hungry after our fish so we ordered some bread. when the bread got delivered to our table there was only 2 slices and as i mentioned earlier 3 of us. considering this venue has it own bakery on site we thought this was terrible service. As for the wait staff, as per usual being from Byron Bay we received the typical Byron Bay grudge, the feeling like we are not cool enough to be in the home town, the town that they most likely have been living in for 2 years.
  • Love this place. There is a bakery and a larder selling local produce including fruit, veg, meat, cheese, honey - like a little super market. Plus the restaurant is awesome to get meal or drink at. Then you can wander around the farm, go and say hi to the pigs and chickens or walk under the almond trees.
  • Went on a Sunday, packed but very efficient service and had a tasty burger. Lots of meal options and farm activities for the kids. Not quiet or intimate, suited to big groups but a lovely spot.
  • Lovely food, Did order bread also... Can't eat a saucy dish without bread. Make sure you go through the entrance in order to 'be seated' as well as getting on the list for a table.
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