Kensington Street Social introduce Express Lunch menu (Sydney)

Awarded chef Jason Atherton and his exciting Sydney establishment Kensington Street Social have been pulling their weight at The Old Clare Hotel for months, and now that they have a growing following the team have decided to kick up their offerings to include an Express Lunch menu. From Monday through to Wednesday, KSS will be balancing time and taste by adding their two cents into the growing need for speedy lunches that still bring in actual quality.

A two-course lunch and a drink are featured for the Express Lunch, which is set at the price of $40pp. It starts with a choice from three entrees including the popular Social Dog with pork and fennel sausage, green apple, black pudding, and cheddar, and a fresh Tataki Hiramasa Kingfish with dill and kale togarashi. A choice from three of the kitchen’s sourdough flatbreads then serves as a nice transition into the main, which brings three options: Wagyu Bresaola with white onion, pumpkin, and rocket; Roast Mushroom with taleggio, salmoriglio, and parmesan; and Pulled Lamb with basil pesto, baby zucchini, Jersey milk ricotta, and manchego.

KSS’ sommelier Lindsay Carr has also designed a selection of wines by the glass to match with each dish; diners can also go for a Resch’s Pilsener or a soft drink.

Headline image supplied and credited to Nikki To.


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Chris Singh

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