Grilled chicken breast, served with fresh watercress salad and fries ($14, pictured), wasn’t what our kid would typically order, but we urged him to give it a go. He almost polished off his plate – the tender meat was flavourful, with herb seasoning.
It’s one of Summerlong’s offerings on its new kids’ menu, which has nutrition in mind. There are still comfort choices, though, such as macaroni and cheese ($12).
This Mediterranean restaurant offers plenty of grilled items that are great for family sharing. We tried three: Lamb rump on kale and romaine salad ($32), whole squid ($28) and barramundi served with mixed grains ($32) – and all were good.
There’s no air-conditioning here to go with its riverside vibe, so choose a breezy day and enjoy an after-meal stroll by the river at Robertson Quay.
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