April 18 - 24, 2021: Issue 490
Café Relish North Avalon
As the days cool we all start looking for a nice sunny corner to enjoy a catch-up with friends and some great food. Café Relish in North Avalon road, which was opened in January 2012 by Phil and Nick Parr, has built a substantial following in our community solely due to delicious food incorporating the best ingredients each season has to offer and scrumptious coffees.
Café Relish will 'kick-start' your morning with the 'Labna, poached eggs, bacon and sourdough stack' which is sure to leave you satisfied. We chose the Eggs Benedict - perfect and no scrimping on the sauce; pure yum.
For something lighter try our in-house toasted muesli with fresh fruit and yogurt. If that doesn't get you going then one of our organic, fair trade No Label coffees will, made with attention to quality and consistency we believe we make a great cup of coffee.
For lunch try the famous lamb wrap or the 'best' club sandwich ever. From fresh seafood to take away baguettes for those on the run, Relish offers you a variety of flavour filled meals that wont leave your wallet needing an overdraft.
For those with a bit of a sweet tooth, the home made cakes and treats, and freshly baked muffins will meet your expectations and then some.
There's a great range of pies, vegetarian dishes, baguettes filled with just about anything you'd want and you can take them away to the beach.
Cold after a surf at North Av? Reinstall the heat with these loaded fries:
Not only that, the team is spot-on, there's a great range of specials, the outdoors area little people and furry companions friendly and, most importantly on cold days, it's a suntrap. Definitely a hidden little gem worth exploring next time you want to avoid the village traffic jams.
Current specials and menu:
Recipe Ideas - Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
Australian and Native Cherries (Summer Fruits) - the Duntroon Connection - Marrianne Collinson Campbell
Autumn Tonic Soup: keep the chills out as we head into Winter with this simple seasonal recipe
Healthful Cordials And Cleansing Tonics Hogmanay (New Year) Dinner - Australian Style Home Grown Food Program in Fruit and Veg Month by Jess Rosman Honey, Honey: Inaugural World Bee Day - Honey Cake Recipes Around the World
Make Your Own Treats For Christmas Gifts - Jaffa Rum Balls, White Christmas, Gingerbread People, Spicy Nut Mix, Strawberries Dipped in Christmas, Scottish Shortbread, Spanish Polverones, Melomakarona (Greek Christmas Honey Cookies), Kourabiedes (Greek Butter Biscuits), Italian Lemon Shortbread Squares (Shortbread con crema al limone)
Summer Raspberries Native Ones - Adam Forster
Ten Minute Spring Salads; Spring Fare
Pittwater Restaurants, Cafés and Bistros
Dine and Discover: Premier's Visit Highlights Support For Local Restaurants and Cafes: Dine & Discover NSW (& Pittwater) Commences Late January 2021
Dine & Discover In Pittwater: By Postcode - Suburb - March 2021
Home Grown Food Program in Fruit and Veg Month by Jess Rosman
Marina Café: Church Point - within The Quays Marina at Church Point
Mekong: Merchants of Taste - Vietnamese street food Avalon Beach
Pittwater COVID- 19 Restrictions Responses: Take Away from Restaurants and Cafes and Grocers and Food Available From Local Outlets Local food suppliers and cafes and restaurants are currently adapting to social-distancing requirements and the closure of public spaces to large gatherings. Listed this week are those that have food you can order for take away or delivery and also those who supplied these outlets who also have food available to purchase.
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Rozana Mediterranean Cuisine - Avalon Beach
The Chick'n Shack Café at Careel Bay - For Lovers Of Old School Burgers and New School Ways
The Little Oak Tree Cafe at Careel Bay Shops
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