New Kingswood in Bruns

This summer, a new venture with an old soul is coming to the Brunswick Heads dining scene – The Kingswood.
The Kingswood is designed to fit right into the fabric of Bruns – it is steps from the beach and across from the classic riverside park with a warm retro-hip interior. Donna Hingston and Sally Thomas, two lifelong friends and now co-owners of The Kingswood, have set out to create something special that’s welcoming to all.
At lunch, expect a top sambo, farm-fresh salads, a smattering of share plates, or a plat du jour. If you are heading to the park you can grab a picnic box full of goodies on the way or a coffee by Mecca. Dinner will offer a wider range of dishes and a creative combination of happy snacks and sweet endings.
The menu is energetic and always changing, including plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, and people on gluten-free diets. Dishes have a splash of Mediterranean sunshine designed to pair beautifully with a craft beer or a fabulous wine.
The owners say the wine list is a key feature, including natural and low-intervention wines from both Australia and old-world wine regions. Also on offer will be sangrias, spritzes, and some of the best of the Australian craft beer scene.
Chef Tim Smith is behind the pans in the kitchen, having returned to Aussie shores after a successful tenure at Potato Head Beach Club in Bali. With a sustainable spirit, The Kingswood’s coastal-inspired kitchen will offer a shared dining experience and aims to deliver uncomplicated excellence.
The Kingswood has a casual elegance, and you can mingle in the footpath dining area in beautiful downtown Brunswick Heads or head into the cozy dining room for an intimate gathering. The Kingswood is now open, and is also available for parties and private events.

More info: 26 Mullumbimbi St Brunswick Heads.

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