Daughter In Law | Byron Bay
Northern Rivers crew, rejoice: acclaimed chef-owner Jessi Singh just opened his “unauthentic Indian” restaurant Daughter in Law on Fletcher Street in Byron this June and it’s about to take you on a very flavourful ride.
The menu at Daughter in Law Byron is a slightly more coastal version of Singh’s “unauthentic Indian”, that encapsulates the Byron Bay lifestyle with an emphasis on seafood, vegan and gluten-free fare. Think Skull Island prawn cocktail with green apple and Bombay cocktail sauce; scallop crudo with curry coconut, lime, and chilli; ‘Indian Fried Chicken’ with mustard seed mayo; and Colonel TSO’s Cauliflower—a must-try Indo-Chinese style cauliflower that’ll send your tastebuds reeling—are just some of the delectable dishes you can sample at the vibrant new venue.
Celebrated sommelier Bhatia Dheeraj is overseeing the extensive wine list which includes local producers alongside interstate and overseas drops. All bevs, including a line-up of beers and ciders, can be found in self-serve fridges. For cocktails, you can expect the likes of Indian spiced sangria (which is a mixture of red wine, sweet vermouth, and orange), as well as the Daughter in Law, which is made with Byron’s favourite Brookie’s gin, a tandoori-fired pineapple and cardamom lime.
Daughter In Law Byron is open every day from 4pm to 10pm, so next time you’re in the area, make sure to pop in.
Image credit: Jess Kearney