Kettle and Tin in Paddington Brings Back $1 Dollar Dumplings Deal

It’s time to scrape together some loose change as Kettle and Tin in Paddington is bringing back its Dollar Dumplings deal every Friday. You can, once again, have all the yummy dumplings you can eat for $1 per piece at this familiar Given Terrace foodie spot beginning the 10th of January 2020, and every Friday thereafter, from 3:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.

Needless to say, you’d be mad not to take advantage of this deal to satisfy your dumpling cravings and wind down your busy week. To get this deal, however, you will need to purchase a drink with your orders but this isn’t a deal-breaker since Kettle and Tin has a long list of cocktails, craft beer, and non-alcoholic beverages to choose from. 

Kettle and Tin has pan-friend pork & chive or vegetable variants for its Dollar Dumplings Friday feast. No bookings necessary to get this special deal but if you must secure seats, you can book at its website or phone (07) 3369 3778.

Photo Credit: Kettle and Tin/Facebook

Kettle and Tin has been one of the go-to dining places for Paddington locals since it opened in 2012. The cafe serves classic Australian brekky, lunch and dinner sprinkled with Asian flavours.

On Thursday nights, the restaurant also hosts Trivia Games, which will also be kicking off this year on the 9th of Jan.

Its regular opening hours are: 

Monday, Tuesday and Sunday
7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday to Saturday 
7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Chili Cook Off, Doggo Models and Zombies – It’s Brewsvegas Paddington-Style

Paddington’s Atticus Finch Cafe and Kettle and Tin are ready to take part in this year’s Brewsvegas beer festivities.

Brewsvegas is now in its fifth year and it continues to highlight the originality and personality of the different craft beer venues across Brisbane. In Paddington, Atticus Finch Cafe and Kettle and Tin are bringing special events close to their hearts – a contest for doggos at Atticus Finch and a chili cook off and zombie food at Kettle and Tin.

Zombie Apocalypse Rally Point

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On Saturday 17 March, Kettle and Tin will host the Zombie Apocalypse Rally Point. Brewsvegas zombies can munch on some ‘Brain’ burgers and sip some Bloody ‘Head Shot’ Marys. The Zombie Apocalypse event will be filled with live music, whilst the smoker will be manned by the Shank Bros.

Event Details

What: Zombie Apocalypse Rally Point
When: Saturday 17 March
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Kettle and Tin
215 Given Terrace, PaddingtonFREE EVENT 

Chili Cook Off

Photo credit: Kettle and Tin/Facebook

The Annual Chili Cook Off is back in its sixth year at Kettle and Tin, where some of the top chefs in the city will converge to turn on the heat with their delicious chili recipes.

The best-dressed zombie will be awarded and there will be live music, Bloody Mary bars and tons of brewed beer at the event.

Event Details

What: Annual Chili Cook Off
When: Sunday 18 March 2018
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: Kettle and Tin
215 Given Terrace, PaddingtonTICKETS: $20 at the door 

Su-Paw-Model at Atticus Finch

The doggos will not be left out during Brewsvegas.

Paddington’s dog-friendly café and craft beer enthusiast Atticus Finch is holding a competition for the furry ones.

Photo credit: Atticus Finch Cafe/Facebook

Atticus will be serving beers from Brewdog, Parrot Dog, Moon Dog and more. The four-legged friends can get to slurp some free dog beer. Afterwards, they will be photographed and entered into the Supawmodel competition.

The winner of the public vote will get to bring home vouchers, dog toys, beers for the human and more.

Event Details

What: A Beery Good Search for a Su-paw-model!
When: Saturday 17 March 2018
2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Where: Atticus Finch Cafe
2/83 Latrobe Terrace, PaddingtonFREE EVENT 

The Paddington events are part of the Brisbane-wide celebrations. Check out other events across Brisbane during Brewsvegas 2018.

Kettle & Tin in Paddington: A Welcome Sight, A Queenslander Delight

After several transformations, Kettle & Tin in Paddington now proudly calls a quintessential Queenslander home and it looks like it’s there to stay.

Surrounded by a picket fence, the restaurant features light, open setting with outdoor seats that are easy on the eyes and are very welcoming.

The place serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. At Kettle & Tin, you are in for a delicious combination of Asian and Pacific cuisine here.

Breakfast is available everyday until 3:00 p.m. We suggest that you try out the cabbage, cured salmon, beetroot, radish, doll creme fraiche, poached egg on chive toast.

Or how about their smashed avo on toast? It’s the perfect breakfast if you’re on the go, although avos are not the best market buy at the moment and restaurants are feeling the avo pinch.

For lunch, if you’re looking for something heavy, why don’t you try some of their delicious and juicy burgers?

Photo credit: Kettle and Tin / Facebook

Dinner is perfect for steak nights and you are in for a hearty meal here at the restaurant.

Photo credit: Kettle and Tin / Facebook

If you’re looking to de-stress after a long day, they also serve cocktails, craft beer and wine. Why don’t you pair some wine with something from their delicious cheese board? Such a lot of exciting culinary possibilities.

Photo credit: Kettle and Tin / Facebook

Address: 215 Given Tce