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The Kitchen Bistro

Opens at 7:00:AM
Modern Australian

1917 Point Nepean Road, Tootgarook VIC

1 Review

Best Known For

Pork Rillettes: confit pulled pork belly, peppered figs, toasted baguette and caramelised onion.

About The Kitchen Bistro

Escape city hustle and relax in coastal style at The Kitchen Bistro on Point Nepean Road at Tootgarook. Nestled on the Mornington Peninsula, this bigger sibling of The Hidden Kitchen welcomes diners with a charming and cosy ambiance of polished wood floors, whitewashed walls and comfy black leather couches, ideal for chilling out with a brew. On balmy days take to the leafy courtyard and peruse an ever-evolving Mod Oz menu with a French twist, plating up breakfast delights such as blueberry and banana French toast, coffee mascarpone and maple syrup; or field mushrooms and eggs on sourdough. Join friends for lunch and be enticed by chicken liver pate, with buttered toast, confit shallots, cornichons and mayo, or beer battered fish and shoestring fries, house salad, tartare sauce and lemon.


Location & Map

1917 Point Nepean Road, Tootgarook 3941 VIC - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon  7:00:AM - 3:00:PM
Tue  7:00:AM - 3:00:PM
Wed  7:00:AM - 3:00:PM
Thu  7:00:AM - 11:00:PM
Fri  7:00:AM - 11:00:PM
Sat  7:00:AM - 11:00:PM
Sun  7:00:AM - 3:00:PM

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Member Reviews (1)


Our local brunch venue
We live very locally to the Kitchen and have been there a few times. The bacon and tomato breakfast rolls with relish are amazing. The coffee is beautiful and locally sourced - as is much of the produce. We have had a few lunches there - the soups are always fresh,and delicious (i've enjoyed the cauliflower soup most) and our children love the thrice cooked chips. Portions are generous,service when we have been has been fairly quick and the staff are happy to let you take time over your meal - we've never felt rushed to leave. The owner is a Brit - and a real foodie (also running the hidden kitchen - a true local gem with beautiful pies and pastries to enjoy). The Kitchen is small - so I wouldnt try booking in lunch for twenty - you'd be very crowded - but there are a few eating areas and i've not used the outside courtyard/garden eating area so cant speak for space out there. The meals are good value, generous and costs are appropriate - if you want cheap and cheerful then there are cheaper places about but you definitely get what you pay for, and in the case of the Kitchen its worth it!