New look for Kingston Flyer railway station refreshments

Posted by Travel News in Travel News
Tuesday, 2 October 2012
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Hungry visitors on Saturday - the grand opening of the Kingston Flyer for 2012-13 -  gathered in the ‘new look’ Flyer Café to enjoy delicious home-made delights from newly-appointed Chef Andy Lisseman, along with lunch menu items such as gourmet burgers and salt and pepper squid served with lettuce greens and home-made aioli.  

“Andy’s menu proved a huge hit from day one, with many sitting outside in the outdoor dining area, bathed in sunshine while enjoying lunch and a glass of specially-selected Kingston Flyer wines,” said Kingston Flyer owner David Bryce .   Chef Lisseman’s background, which includes working for renowned chefs in London and his most recent position at the highly-regarded Jack’s Point Clubhouse, means the Flyer Café has been taken to new levels of culinary experience.  

On Saturday, visitors also enjoyed the carnival atmosphere of a range of car boot market stalls, a bouncy castle for the kids and live music.

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