Muse, East Hotel, Kingston – Food, wine and books

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Muse is new to Kingston and has much to offer.

Being part of the East Hotel, it is open early 7 days and most days closes late.

Being nestled in a book shop, it has a lovely relaxed, inviting atmosphere.

Being unique in menu, at lunch the menu includes two salads/sides for  $16 or three for $20 (ideal for light eating or to share).

For larger appetites, a main at lunch with two salads/sides is $26 or with three is $28.

In fact the whole menu is very well priced.

Mains are $22-$28….

Desserts are $12…

Wine by the glass starts at $10….

Share plates start at $8 and range up to $28.

Breakfast includes two eggs with delicious sourdough for $10 (great for smaller appetites or light eating)…

…and the more substantial Weekender for $22 with thick full flavoured bacon and excellent Irish corn and potato farl (as well as eggs, Casalingo sausage, baby spinach, truss tomatoes and sourdough).

Juices are $6 and you can mix several together to your taste.

Service staff are charming, flexible and helpful!

There are lovely places to sit both indoors and outside.

With a similar feel as the popular eateries in Braddon and on the Kingston Foreshore, Muse is not as busy and a great spot to head for a drink and share plate after work, coffee and dessert, workday lunch or weekend brunch.

EAST HOTEL

69 Canberra Ave

Kingston ACT 2602

02 6178 0024

 

OPENING HOURS

Monday – Thursday 6.30am – 10pm

Friday 6.30am – midnight

Saturday 7am – midnight

Sundays & Public Holidays 7am – 6pm

Muse Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

 

 

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