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Reza M. • 12 reviews
24 December 20208/10
The food and service was great!
Sherree W. • 1 review
17 October 20208/10
Food was great, service really good. Disappointed when i got home and checked my banking. They charged $30 more on my eftpos then my bill.......I should of checked I guess but expected they would type the correct amount into the eftpos machine
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4 October 20209/10
The Caesar salad had no dressing. The rest was fantastic.
Emily B. • 5 reviews
30 September 20202/10
Chipped glasses, plastic tasting pasta and burnt garlic bread. One of the worst meal experiences I have ever had on top of terrible service. Don’t bother!
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6 March 20206.5/10
Beautiful setting, but really noisy (very close to the bar). Food is good but not what I expected at this price. Dishes well presented but lacked refinement.
Dan D. • 10 reviews
29 February 202010/10
The menu options are fantastic, each course a high standard. Loved each dish. Will be back during our stay. Prawn entree delicious Lemon meringue wow
Josie A. • 8 reviews
1 February 20209.5/10
Delicious food and lovely staff! We’ve been three times for dinner this week during our stay at Elements Of Byron, and have never been disappointed by the food.
Frances S. • 4 reviews
26 January 20207.5/10
Great menu selection. The pizza bar and main restaurant need to communicate better as the pizza main course arrived at the table while we were all still having our entree’s. By the time the entree’s were cleared and the rest of the mains where delivered. The pizza was cold (but still delicious)
Andrew B. • 3 reviews
5 October 201910/10
Excellent 5 star dining with experienced friendly helpful staff. Great for families and also couple sharing a celebration dinner. Book is essential.
47 Tripadvisor Reviews
144 Bayshore Drive, 2481, Byron Bay (NSW), Australia
Byron Bay stunner.
Bringing the nature indoors, Graze at Elements presents earthy undertones with wicker seats and large wooden tables. With massive windows spanning the width of the restaurant, diners have stunning views of the infinity pool as they have a relaxing long lunch.
There is a focus on creating memorable moments with your loved ones, not just eating a meal. The experience is a completely different one depending on if you're dining for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Chef Justin Dingle-Garciyya is passionate about serving fresh produce from local farmers and fishermen and gives thanks to the elements for making it all possible.
Best dish: Elements Farmhouse breakfast - eggs, cured ham steak, grilled tomatoes, pork sausages, bacon, cannellini beans. Mushroom, sourdough toast. Om nom nom.
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