It is no mystery that we are total foodies. So on our recent getaway to Byron Bay, I understood specifically wherever we would be heading for breakfast one particular morning! I’d been next Combi Byron Bay on Instagram for ages and drooling more than their smoothie bowls, uncooked cakes and nutritious goodness every time they posted new shots. It was a prolonged weekend, so super occupied though I be expecting they are occupied every day due to the fact their menu is so unbelievable! Combi has an natural menu, dwelling-created nut milks and uncooked cakes, good trade espresso and insta-deserving smoothie bowls, all while staying family owned and supporting area farmers! It was the perfect spot for brunch soon after Dan’s early morning surf and my attractive seaside walk.
We started off with espresso for Dan and a Matcha Latte for me. Both equally have been piping scorching and tasty! I’m actually loving matcha and tumeric lattes these days but have located them a bit hit or pass up in cafes but I’m satisfied to say, Combi’s matcha latte was best.
Dan was a minor dissatisfied when he realised there was no bacon on the menu, nevertheless I quickly swayed him when I pointed out that he could have an Acai Bowl with peanut butter! It was wonderful and boy oh boy that peanut butter strike the location! The smoothie bowl was served in a coconut and presented fantastically with antioxidant-loaded acai blended with banana, blueberries, medjool dates, residence designed nut milk then topped with crispy coconut flakes, activated caramelised buckinis, banana, apple, cranberries and strawberries. It nearly seemed far too great to take in!
I opted for the Dragon Fruit bowl which was blended with mango, banana & property built nut milk, topped with strawberry, apple, crispy coconut, chia seeds, cranberry, goji berries, activated caramelised buckini and garnished with enthusiasm fruit. It was so sweet and total of goodness, and I would surely pick it once again whilst I did have a minimal bit of foodstuff envy over Dan’s acai bowl with peanut butter!
Combi Byron Bay was each and every bit as great as we’d hoped. It is not the most economical choice for breakfast, with our bowls and coffees costing just about $50 nevertheless it was worth it! We ended up fully full by the finish and a tiny unhappy we could not in shape in some of the uncooked cakes that we had been eyeing off when we very first walked in. We’ll absolutely return to Combi Byron Bay on our subsequent excursion to Byron and remarkably propose it to everyone who enjoys refreshing, nutritious and mouthwateringly fantastic food! The cafe is also super adorable with pastel decor, palm trees and a seriously peaceful vibe!