The growth of Brisbane’s Melbourne-like cafe and restaurant scene is a great thing for foodies of Queensland and a brand new restaurant named Kennigo Social House is a venture well worth paying a visit.
Chef Steven requested me to photograph some of his delicious dishes for their launch marketing collateral, so with camera in hand and appetite at the ready, I gladly obliged.
The small dark timber-clad venue has a real air of cosiness to it, housed within a heritage brick Queenslander. Chef has created a menu of unpretentious yet beautifully balanced meals that showcase a well-honed knowledge of flavours and textures across a variety of country origins.
Kennigo House’s kitchen staff can be seen preparing meals from your seat at the restaurant through the open servery window and the whole restaurant finds a great balance between fine inner-city dining with the interest of a heritage venue. Highly recommended.