Review

Restaurant review: Onzieme in Kingston has a menu filled with broad influences

Kirsten Lawson
By Kirsten Lawson
December 20 2021 - 6:30pm
Snack plate: Gim bugak, tofu, cured yolk; beetroot, horseradish, cherry; crudo, ginger, yuzu, finger lime; and agnello tonnoto, pink pepper. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

You're no doubt quite familiar with this intense, vegetable-focused, single-plate style of dining from the city centre, where it has become the dominant variant. This is traceable perhaps to New Acton, and it's astonishing to think it has been almost a decade since edgy mixed-up Melbourne laneway dining came to Canberra at the likes of Mocan and Green Grout and Monster.

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Kirsten Lawson

Kirsten Lawson

Political reporter

It's about the truth for me. That means asking questions. Then asking more questions. On the best days, we get answers.

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