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Kingston & Co. Espresso Bar & Diner Chatswood NSW














Poached eggs, pasta, pulled pork, sliders, fish and chips, Nachos, grilled steak, burgers, fish........ you can have it all at KAC.     Diners sit in a semi-industrial interior and in Chatswood, also have a choice of experiencing eating in a self-contained section with glass which is beside a narrow lane that is used by vehicles.on a relatively not so cold day - this to me is the preferred area to gather and everyone can see each other, even the passers-by on the pavement.  There is also an entrance to Westfield nearby.

I sense a delay in getting the food to the table but the serving size is wholesome for most menu items.    More impressive is how the tall young man organises customers, allows sufficient time for each diner to make a choice and then interacts with a friendly but efficient manner.

The underlying philosophy for KAC is to champion good ingredient local producers,  like Country Milk.    I was a bit curious about the mascot doggie in their business logo but forgot to ask.    The KAC is popular with all ages, but more so amongst families with young kids.  In a way, I am glad the Chatswood KAC is not placed in a more impersonal shopping centre floor upstairs and it has more character and general accessibility where it is now.











For lunch, there is a choice of chicken or wild mushroom Risotto.  A festival of Mediterranean delights - chickpeas, grilled Zucchini, roasted eggplant, red onions, Heirloom tomatoes and wild rocket - come with roasted garlic yoghurt for your Moroccan lamb tenderloin salad.


There are smoothies, fruit mixes, iced teas, coconut water and milkshakes in addition to the usual coffees and teas.














Eggs Benny.





Kingston & Co. Chatswood is located at Shop 330-331 at 1 Anderson Street, on the street level of Westfield Chatswood NSW.  
Opening hours are from 730am till late every week day and from 830am till late on weekends.
Contact + 61 2 9419 5341
Other Kingston & Co. joints are located at Penrith and Eastgardens, greater Sydney area, NSW and in the ACT, in Belconnen.




My impressions of Kingston & Co. in Chatswood NSW:
Ambiance: 3 out of 5
Customer Engagement: 3.5 out of 5  (the wait staff are tops)
Culinary Delight: 3.5 out of 5
X Factor:  3 out of 5
Overall:   13/ 4 out of 5
 



Recommended Menu choices:
Eggs Atlantic, with smoked salmon, watercress, poached egg and Hollandaise on a Brioche.
Eggs Benedict, with smoked ham, spinach, poached egg and Hollandaise  on a Brioche.
Anything with pork belly
Arvo Banoffee Pie
King's Breakfast
Kingston Ricotta hotcakes, with blueberries, honeycomb butter and fresh bananas. Maple syrup on the side.
Moroccan lamb tenderloin salad.




Kingston & Co. Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato 

   

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