Eat – Joost’s Greenhouse

Carefully Considered Choices for Joost Make his Sydney Greenhouse a Raging Success!

The foliage-covered building that first popped up in Melbourne’s Federation Square in 2008, and which has done a six week stint at Sydney’s Circular Quay, instills its values of environmental friendliness on any passers-by who so much as look in its direction.

Every day, on-site, four is milled, oats are rolled, and yoghurt and butter is made from fresh milk.  Cooking takes place mainly in a wood-fired 0ven and the result is food that is pure and simple.

Herbs and vegetables grow on the flat-top roof; water is reused to irrigate plants; worm farms process all organic waste for fertiliser; suppliers deliver goods in reusable containers; and the building itself is made from recycled and recyclable products so that it can be easily constructed and deconstructed as it moves around.

We love the idea of eating out in such a beautiful space whilst taking care of the planet we live it.  We also love Joost’s amazing sense of style and simplicity that makes this space a pleasure to be in.

If you haven’t been yet and are a Sydney sider or planning a trip there soon, be sure to check it out at Sydney’s Circular Quay.

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