Byron Bay’s Soul Bowl & Coffee.

Wales meet again….

A few excerpts from the                     Echo Newspaper,                                         Good Life Article, August 19th 2014;

Story & Photos- Matthew Michaelis

This one’s for the Byron locals to take heed of.

I came here to meet with a Byron Bay coffee grower that I was featuring in last week’s issue (Ewingsdale Coffee). Robert Frater prefers to share the love of his coffee blends with locals and his recommendation to meet at Soul Bowl opposite the Surf Club in Byron Bay was probably  a shameless plug for his own coffee, but I can’t blame him for that – it’s on sale here and it’s a good brew.

Byron Bay's Soul Bowl, Super Salad serving Ewingsdale Coffee

A meal made from ‘super foods’ like quinoa, goji berries and kale, can be cheaper than the price you’d pay for the individual ingredients, particularly on Mondays. This super salad (photo Lf), is normally $13, but on Monday when everything is $8.50, it’s doubly a treat for these three wised up travellers (photo Rt) and now one wised-up writer.

Ewingsdale Coffee & Byron Bay's Soul Bowl.. A harmonious blend!

At the  Soul Bowl, it’s a casual affair, with healthy fresh produce and ingredients and without too much handling, fluffing about or travelling. Juices, wraps of fresh fillings, baked potatoes and freshly made muesli bars – enjoy!



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