Book a Table

Book a Table
+61 2 9299 9107
concierge@belandbrio.com.au

T3.01, 300 Barangaroo Avenue,
Barangaroo Sydney NSW 2000

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Farm

Grow harvest cook

Bel & Brio has a genuine farm to table philosophy at its heart with a vision to create the ultimate paddock to plate experience. Much of the fresh produce used in the Bel & Brio kitchens will be sourced directly from their Central Coast farm.

Farm fresh

 

This 20-hectare property, The Farm at Kulnura, is located 70 minutes’ drive north of Sydney near Peats Ridge, in a region renowned for its market gardens and orchards. It is fed by natural spring water recognised as one of the highest quality sources in the country.

The Farm is completely chemical free and supplies Bel & Brio with a range of spring greens, micro greens, micro leaves, herbs, brassicas, cucumbers, capsicum, heirloom tomatoes and others seasonal vegetables with an ambitious planting program scheduled for the changing seasons. The farm-fresh produce, including wild foraged mushrooms, will be used in the Bel & Brio kitchens and sold from the Marketplace.

Farm

From farm gate to table plate

The team are particularly proud of the pasture-raised eggs laid by our 3000 happy chickens that roam and forage freely around the farm producing the tastiest and most nutritious eggs you can buy or eat. The eggs will be the star of many of Bel & Brio’s breakfast and brunch dishes and in the future, the farm will also raise superior quality chemical-free chickens to be used for their meat.

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