The Dock on Kingston’s Foreshore offers two for one deals, happy hours a lovely outlook on a sunny day and one of the very best chicken burgers.
Mondays is two for one pizza, Tuesdays two for one burgers and Wednesday two for one Southern Fried chicken.
Happy hour is Monday to Thursday 4-6pm.
The SFC (Southern Fried Chicken) Burger – with cos lettuce, aioli & beer battered chips $18, is truly excellent! One of the best!
Little Brooklyn in Green Square Kingston offers inside seating if it’s cold or nice outdoor seating if it’s sunny.
There’s three salads on the menu including the
Haloumi Salad – grilled haloumi & quinoa salad w baby spinach, roquette, roasted carrots, cherry tomatoes, yoghurt dressing & toasted sesame seeds $20…
which is a better pick than the….
Duck Salad – warm confit duck w soba noodles, asian greens & rice wine vinaigrette $20, which is more like a warm, failry oily noodle dish.
However, I think the burgers are probably a better choice.
Two for one for Canberra Entertainment Book holders.
Saigon Foodies in Kingston is a small friendly spot offering quick Vietnamese street food options.
Sticky Rice with Sweet Corn and Roast Pork is $9
The Rice Noodle Salad with Chicken or Pork and Spring Rolls is $15.
Fresh spring rolls filled with Tofu,Sweet Potato and Wood Ear Mushrooms or Chicken and Avocado are $7 for two.
Food is tasty, but like most takeaway Vietnamese, there’s plenty of noodles to fill out the serve.
Me & Mrs Jones is a one of the best places in Kingston for lunch.
It’s open everyday, has a broad ranging menu and offers two meals for the price of one if you have a Canberra Entertainment Card.
The salads make a good lunch choice, especially sharing a couple between two, or sharing one with another dish.
The SMOKED CHICKEN $18 with Treacle smoked chicken, crispy speck lardons, garden peas, mint, marinated feta, shredded baby cos, white balsamic reduction w/ brioche crisps is full of flavour but quite rich.
The SPRING LAMB $21 with Rare spring lamb, mixed seeds & nuts, currants,kale, pomegranate, mint & a fresh yoghurt dressing is perhaps the better choice, being a little lighter, with good textures and garnishes and full of colour.
If you want an even broader choice for lunch, get there before noon on weekday to be able to order from the breakfast menu too. (Lunch menu starts at noon).
Do book as it gets busy and if you’d like to BYO wine it’s $5.50 corkage per person.