Eat­ing fresh in the Burnett

Central and North Burnett Times - - REAL ESTATE RESIDENTIAL -

THE North Burnett prides it­self on its agri­cul­ture and farm­ing.

A by-prod­uct of this is freshly sourced lo­cal in­gre­di­ents for many of the restau­rants and cafés in the area.

Many of the restau­rants and cafés across the North Burnett have in­tro­duced, or are in the process or in­tro­duc­ing, new menus that fo­cus a great deal on us­ing North Burnett grown in­gre­di­ents.

The Golden Or­ange Ho­tel-Mo­tel, in Gayn­dah, is un­der­go­ing a com­plete over­haul of its menu and has in­tro­duced a new sig­na­ture dish in conjunction with lo­cal butch­ers, which fo­cuses on sourc­ing as many lo­cal in­gre­di­ents as pos­si­ble.

The Golden Or­ange is not alone with a new menu, as the Grand Ho­tel, in Biggen­den, has also de­cided to in­tro­duce a new menu with all its meat and veg­eta­bles sourced lo­cally.

The new restau­rant at the Biggen­den Grand Ho­tel can seat 120 peo­ple for lunch and din­ner ser­vices.

The Big Or­ange, at Gayn­dah, was once just an or­chard and some might still think that is the case but owner Neil Richards said he wanted to let peo­ple know the busi­ness was pre­dom­i­nantly a café now.

Of­fer­ing a va­ri­ety of food for break­fast, morn­ing tea and lunch, the Big Or­ange has a strict fresh-made pol­icy.

Ev­ery meal is made to order and utilises the fresh­est in­gre­di­ents they can source from the North Burnett.

Biggen­den also of­fers a unique café and gift shop blend with the Cof­fee Pozzee Flow­ers and Gifts café on Ge­orge St.

Of­fer­ing a re­lax­ing at­mos­phere with a veranda to soak it in, the Cof­fee Pozzee has award-win­ning cof­fee on of­fer as well as newly-ren­o­vated rooms in­side.

An all-day break­fast is the per­fect com­pan­ion with

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