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Practice what you Preach

What’s in a name? Everything to us at 100 Mile Table. We were born out of a passion for great produce: grown and raised as close to our kitchen and the mouths of our patrons as possible.

How can you beat weekly deliveries of their seasonal market garden goodness from their farm 10 miles away (as the crow flies) in the Byron Hinterland. This weeks delivery included limes, lemons, ginger, chilli and pumpkins.

Chef Wanted in Byron Bay

 

 

 

100 Mile Table is looking for a chef. If Byron Bay is on your mind, and you think Monday to Friday day shifts (with the option for weekend event work if it appeals) is something you could live with, then maybe this is your gig. You need energy, a sense of humour, a bit more energy, a love of un-fussy, delicious, local, simplistic cafe food and a decent sense of adventure, as every day is an adventure…

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Sam Gowing

100mile + Sam Gowing

Thank you lovely Sam Gowing for your most excellent words and including us in your late Summer Byron wrap. Here’s what Sam had to say.

Fabulous food and folk to be found at 100 Mile. Enjoy ‘The Candice’ for breakfast, wonderful working lunches and pop-up events around the Shire.  Beautiful Sarah Swan is a like-minded woman in food with such a passion for regional produce. She worked with Neil Perry for many years and is a fun loving, hard working jewel…

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Tiramisu staff trials

Happy 2016

As we head at full throttle towards February (what the?!), we trust you all enjoyed a safe, happy and insanely relaxing Christmas break and that the transition back to everyday life has been nothing short of sweet and gentle.

 2015 was a cracker of a year for us. We enjoyed cafe life and all the great individuals that walk through our roller door, we cooked and pickled and juiced and preserved, we travelled a bit here and there (NZ, Indo,…

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Americano cocktails Franciscos Table

100 Mile Weekly News

We had one of our busiest weeks ever in the café last week – somewhere between the arctic freeze and the beautiful morning and afternoon sun, regulars and new friends alike dropped by Banksia Drive for Marvell St Coffee, a feel-good turmeric shot from our mates at Earth Man Organics, a bacon and egg butty or new kid on the block – the congee now with crunchy fried spiced pork mince and topped with a soft fried egg.

We made…

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