Food review - King Street Kitchen, Knutsford
PUBLISHED: 00:00 31 January 2020
An easily digestible review
Venue: Halleluiah - finally we have another eating space in Cheshire that channels healthy eating with serious taste. The new all-day spot is dripping in botanicals and wood with the glow of glass pendant lamps suspended above diners' heads, whether popping in for a coffee and a detox juice made that morning, or settling in for the evening with a knock-your-socks-off cocktail and slow-cooked beef with silky gravy.
Menu: I've yet to make it there in the evening, but my superfood-sounding acai bowl, sprinkled with banana, blackberries, blueberries, pecans and swirled with acai puree (the so-called wonder fruit from the Brazilian Amazon) was not just a classic instagrammable dish, but a great tasting, set-yourself-up-for-the-day brekkie. The coffee was spot-on, too, and a nibble of my friend's plant-powered burrito - with sweet potato, vegan sausage, red pepper, avo and salsa - made me realise there is a place for vegan sausage in the world; not bad at all.
Service: Genuinely helpful and the staff really know the menu.
Cost: Around £20 for two for breakfast.
King Street Kitchen, 84 King Street, Knutsford