What a lovely write up in the Newcastle Herald!
We venture further, driving off the plateau down Comboyne Road toward Byabarra, where we stop for lunch at one of the coolest roadhouses around, The Byabarra, not 15 minutes from Comboyne.
Hosts Lisa and Glen, who only recently took over the business, offer a modern take on country hospitality, serving up excellent Allpress coffee, decent wine and beer and a truly metropolitan spin on easy, grazing food. The mezze board of chorizo, marinated feta, olives, wood-smoked ham, tzatziki and sourdough is outstanding; the pizza choices are not far behind.
The forested setting immediately puts you at ease, with huge windows inside and an extensive veranda at the back. After lunch, we stroll down to the property border at the gently rolling Thone River, picking a few mandarins from the extensive orchard along the way. There’s a studio apartment on the premises – now filed away as a great option for a getaway weekend.
Source: Jim Kellar, Newcastle Herald
Thanks for stopping by for lunch Jim, we look forward to seeing you and your family again soon.
Read the full article: Comboyne Plateau: a mighty breath of fresh air