THE Bodalla Dairy Shed is under new management and there are a few changes in the wind.
They are now opening on Friday nights for pizza, dine in or takeaway. Some of the pizzas on offer are Tandoori, Meat Lovers and Vegetarian.
“We are focussing on highlighting the beautiful Bodalla cheeses in our menu,” new chef Leigh Pike said.
“On Friday night there will also be a number of blackboard specials available including Blue Cream Cheese Veal Scaloppini and we are hoping that it won’t be long before we can offer a la carte dining.
At the moment the Bodalla Dairy Shed is open for breakfast and lunch from 8.45am to 5.15pm seven days a week.
They offer delicious cheese melts all day that include smoked salmon with lemon myrtle cheese, spinach leaves, capers and red onion; chicken and brie on Turkish bread with spinach leaves and mango chutney; Moroccan chicken wraps or a vegetarian melt that includes eggplant, pesto, onion, tomato, cheese and spinach.
On the breakfast menu you will find a big breakfast; bacon and egg roll; bacon and eggs; eggs benedict with smoked ham or salmon; or French toast and raisin bread.
The summer time lunch menu offers beer battered fish and chips; grilled barramundi with mango salsa and salad; grilled chicken salad; roast vegetable frittata; steak sandwich; prawn twisters; beef, chicken and fish burgers; or their tasting cheese platter for one with farmhouse cheese, bushies best cheese, white velvet cheese, ham, homemade piccalilli pickles, seeded mustard, quince paste, salad and a hot roll.
There is also a kids menu at the Dairy Shed and they still sell their beautiful thick fresh milkshakes, old fashioned spiders and have a great range of delicious ice-cream.
The Bodalla Dairy Shed is licensed and caters for weddings and special functions.
There is also a meet and greet night this Friday where people are invited to come and enjoy a couple of complimentary wines/beer/soft drinks along with samples of cheese and menu tastings created by Leigh.
This night also marks the start of the first pizza night from 6pm so that locals can get the first taste of delicious pizzas before the Easter rush of tourists.