POW Kitchen @ Prince Band Room, St Kilda

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MELBOURNE | On Tuesday evening I was invited to attend the unveiling of POW Kitchen at Prince Bandroom in St Kilda, introduced by the Melbourne Pub Group. This newly renovated live music venue offers an extensive range of cocktails and an explosion of authentic South East Asian flavours from a wide ranging menu.

There is no doubt that the cocktails were the primary focus of the evening. On arrival we were greeted with cocktails served inside an actual cracked coconut. This delicious drink fused coconut water with Sailor Jerry spiced rum and some of POW Kitchens ‘secret’ ingredients. These were followed by fresh cocktails with a subtle kick, which fused gin, ginger beer and lemongrass. If cocktails aren’t your thing, POW Kitchen also offers 24 brews from the tap or tin and 28 wines by glass, bottle or barrel.

Throughout the night we were invited to taste a range of hot and spicy South East Asian dishes, straight from the kitchen. Some of the tasters most definitely packed a punch, such as the Pork and prawn dumplings with chilli vinegar and ginger and the Korean style beef tartare with nashi and sesame crisp. My personal favourite dish was the yellow chicken curry with pumpkin, coconut and Thai eggplant. The flavours of this creamy curry were delicious, infused with the perfect amount of spice.

Another winner on the food front was the Wok fried pork bulgogi with Gochujang and garlic shoots. Although the majority of the food most definitely packed a punch, it was complimented effortlessly by the drinks on offer. Towards the end of the evening we caught sight of slushy machines serving refreshingly fruity watermelon daiquiris topped with mint leaves, the perfect drink to satisfy that sweet craving.

All in all, the launch of POW Kitchen at Price Bandroom was a roaring success, providing the crowd with great music, food, cocktails and a buzzing atmosphere. Head down to Fitzroy Street to get a piece of the action, sip on ‘St Kilda Slings’ and enjoy live gigs at this cool new venue.

POW Kitchen @ Prince Band Room

29 Fitzroy Street
St Kilda
Victoria 3182
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9536 1168
Email: n/a
Website: http://princebandroom.com.au/pow-kitchen

Open
Mon – Fri: 4:00pm to late
Sat – Sun: 12:00pm to late

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Kirsty
Kirsty is a British Art and Design graduate who recently relocated to Melbourne for a year of travelling. She moved from Norwich to Barcelona 10 years ago and enjoyed photographing the dynamic city and exploring its rich artistic heritage. In the last year Kirsty worked as a design assistant for a Barcelona-based magazine, which allowed her to expand upon her interest in food, travel and culture. Kirsty loves discovering unique restaurants, cafes and food experiences in every city she visits, as well experimenting with recipes – particularly healthy desserts and cakes! She documents this through her writing and photography, sharing them on her blog and Instagram.

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