We have added a number of new mouth-watering dishes to our breakfast menu. Besides your classic Breakfast Bruschetta and French Toast this menu includes some new “egg-cellent” creations, all made with our pasture-raised eggs from the Bel & Brio Farm. And trust us, you will taste the difference! Try our authentic Sicilian Baked Eggs, our super healthy Superfood Bowl, or what about our B&B Eggs Benedict, served on charcoal sourdough bread?!
At Bel & Brio, we take every measure to ensure that authenticity and integrity are at the forefront of our brand. Bel & Brio has a genuine paddock-to-plate philosophy at its core, and the Bel & Brio Farm is an authentic expression of our commitment to creating the ultimate paddock-to-plate experience. Surrounded by thousands of acres of pristine national park, the Bel & Brio Farm is a 20-hectare property, located in Kulnura on the Central Coast highlands, near Peats Ridge. Kulnura’s name is an Aboriginal word meaning, “in sight of the sea”. Kulnura is home to Mangrove Creek Dam, the biggest catchment area on the Central Coast, and recognised as one of the highest quality sources of spring water in the country. Much of the produce used in the Bel & Brio kitchens is sourced directly from our paddock, including our premium quality, pasture-raised eggs, which are far superior to conventional eggs, and quickly becoming the new gold standard.
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.
Our eggs are the crème de la crème of all eggs, as far as farming culture is concerned. With recent confusion over the new national definition of what constitutes ‘freerange’ eggs, pasture-raised eggs reign supreme, taking free-range guidelines to new heights and, as such, sculpting a niche market that consumers can trust.
Pastured eggs are the saving grace of recent controversy and the market is increasingly recognising the quality and integrity of the methods that characterise pasture-raising. It is only fitting that consumers are flocking to these deliciously robust, premium quality, fully organic eggs.