Just when you thought you couldn’t be any more spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding where to dine at The Kitchens (there are over 30 fresh food retailers, cafes, restaurants and bars, after all), the food playground is throwing another contender in the mix.
Enter: Malt House.
This restaurant-meets-bar has been taking shape behind closed doors for the past few months, and is now adding the finishing touches before it opens to the public in the coming weeks.
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Dubbed as a gastro-pub (think top quality restaurant food being served in a casual pub-style setting), Malt House is set to be a popular addition to The Kitchens’ dining portfolio, particularly with those whose idea of a perfect day out involves sipping on a cold brew and enjoying gourmet fare.
In case the name didn’t already give it away, Malt House will specialise in all things beer – with an impressive selection on tap and an even bigger range of the bottled variety.
From the signature Malt House ‘The Kitchens’ Lager, to a dizzying assortment of local, craft, gluten-free and international brews (some of which you may never have even heard of!); patrons will have a tricky decision ahead of them when it comes time to order. The pub will also feature a dedicated keg room, which will be on display for all to see.
And while ale may be the star of the show, Malt House will also dish up a formidable gastro fare menu, putting a modern spin on classic pub faves.
Although the full menu is still under wraps, diners can expect everything from slow cooked lamb shank pie, to panko and Parmesan crusted pork schnitzel… even the traditional Sunday Roast is set to make a welcome appearance.
Located at the entrance of The Kitchens on Level Three, Malt House will open seven days a week from 11.00am until late. For more information, visit: thekitchens.com.au