Do locals have all the luck? Customers of this restaurant in Sydney’s Hunters Hill area speak a resounding yes.
Snuggled on the end on Gladesville and Boronia Park, Boronia Kitchen has had the pleasure of serving locals for quite a number of years.
The location matches perfectly with local coffee lovers often seen on their morning venture for a favourite brew. As luck would have it many deciding on a quick detour for breakfast as a treat.
A well-kept secret?
Maybe not anymore.
The Kitchen is Open
So, what can diners expect at Boronia Kitchen?
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner to begin with. The restaurant caters to locals and passer’s buy for a meal at any stage of the day.
Breakfast is inviting with a large range of menu items ready to satisfy anyone’s start to the day.
The Crab Omelette filled with blue swimmer crab meat, crispy port and spices is a definite go-to for those with an early morning appetite.
For those who like the standard toast, eggs or granola there are plenty of choices.
Try the zucchini fritters for a different option or go for the Green Bowl showcasing quinoa, broccolini, avocado, poached egg, almonds and miso.
Pastry lovers are not forgotten with your choice of muffins, quiche, banana breads and croissant.
Fresh juices, smoothies and a simple coffee complete the most important meal of the day.
Why cook breakfast at home?
Moving on to lunch, the menu reads more like a mains listing with the opportunity to graze, share or have a dish all to yourself.
Take advantage of the baked Tasmanian scallops as a light starter and graduate to the King George Whiting, or perhaps the Roast Pork Belly takes your fancy.
Accompany with a side of your choice, and you may not be wanting too much else for the day.
Cost effective and filling. The lunch of champions.
Diners wanting a memorable end to their day will drop in for dinner to find choices similar to that offered for lunch. The perfect opportunity to enjoy a meal you may have been tempted by for lunch but didn’t have the appetite at the time.
House made Gnocchi for those wanting delicious little puffs basking with summer vegetables, pesto and parmesan. Cone Bay Barramundi or Murray Cod for the seafood lover.
Want traditional? Go for the Roast chicken dinner.
End the meal with a dessert. You deserve it.
Diners also have the option to choose the Two-Course or Three-Course for dinner.
What Boronia Kitchen Believes In
Simply put Boronia Kitchen offers the nest in Australian produce from both land and sea.
Sustainability and seasonality are a passion at Boronia Kitchen. This restaurant boasts its own garden, growing and using vegetables and herbs grown to compliment and enhance the wish to supply locally grown.
You can’t get much more local than in their own yard.
Staff here are happy to see what happens in the kitchen with diners able to witness the meals being prepared.
In addition to the food Boronia Kitchen want you to test their perfectly paired wine list inclusive of timeless Australian favourites happy sitting alongside international wines selected for their regions.
A great place for a gathering, the opportunity to have your next function is offered as is catering for your in-home event.
Why do we love our local restaurants?
On the diner’s side of things, local establishments, especially those who have been around for a while, are good for the community.
The local dollars are kept in the area, and it gives people a place to dine out without the need to go into the cities.
Dining out doesn’t always equate to convenience when parking, babysitters and time constraints may play a part in the planning.
If locals can walk to the venue, then that’s an even bigger drawcard.
For the restaurant owner, building local patronage goes a long way to establishing relationships with residents, both existing and those new to the area.
And the benefits for both?
The chance to enjoy meals made with home grown produce and locally sourced ingredients will always be a winner. Many restaurants in the suburbs are well informed on what make diners happy in terms of knowing where their food is coming from.
Menus are more likely to be changed on a regular basis to enable use of the freshest and most seasonal elements.
Enjoy local food prepared with the attention it deserves at Boronia Kitchen. Fresh produce from a venue that always believes in the best.
Business meetings or family dinners, this is the one for you when in the area.
Where: 152 Pittwater Road Hunters Hill
(02) 9817 0666
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