“We are a ‘profit for purpose’ business that directs 100 per cent of our profits to supporting victims of domestic violence and other charitable programs for women and children in the community.”
Cavatelli with confit rabbit in mustard sauce, silverbeet, chervil and Grana Padano; duck terrine with pork, Armagnac, pistachio, and char-grilled bread; and corn-fed chicken with broccolini, potato mash ,and lemon salsa.
Song Kitchen is upfront about its mission to support women – all the restaurant’s profits go to YWCA NSW. So whether you sit down to your angel hair pasta with kingfish and capers or just grab the café’s double-smoked ham and aged Cheddar toastie to take away, your bill ends up backing projects which assist domestic violence victims.
Song Kitchen also aids women when you order a glass – half of the wine list is dedicated to female wine-makers or vineyard owners. The non-greedy prices and something-for-everyone menu make it a good bet for office lunches or dinners with mates – and happy hour in the bar is, it must be said, extremely happy.
“There is a sign you see as you leave Song Kitchen that says, ‘You did good’. And you did, too, because ... it’s such a nice place to eat.”
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