Stars of the sandwich: Town Tonic

Adaptability and versatility are vital elements for a successful restaurant in such challenging times for hospitality.

Town Tonic in Addington, under new management by Chef Kanav Khajuria and partner Gargi Saha, is a great example of these qualities in operation. By day, the restaurant offers delicious barista-brewed beverages and freshly baked scones, muffins, pastries or sweet treats. That is only one aspect of this chameleon.

Until 2pm there is also a comprehensive all day menu with interesting delights such as breakfast tacos or banoffee, marmite and grilled cheese, or vegan crumpets. A delicious variety of eggs Benedict please the masses, or indulge on French toast.

While we are talking snacks and lunch, welcome the famous $7 sandwich. Each $7 sandwich is made fresh to order, with three varieties based around halloumi, chicken, or a BLT, with other ingredients to be added. The Addington environs clamour for them as a light, quick lunch, customised to their tastes.

Lunch options range from hearty meals like bang bang chicken, steak and eggs, white fish, and braised beef cheeks to an open sandwich, goat cheese salad, or creamy fettucine con funghi. There are flavours for everyone, and something to please every craving.

For dinner service in the evening, the restaurant morphs again for fine dining, yet at an affordable price. Town Tonic is on First Table and attractive discounted offers are also available for early bookings by phone. Enjoy aged beef fillet with crispy leeks and rosemary jus, or confit duck leg with hummus and cherry gel, or lamb rump with broccoli cream, crushed peas, and lemon yoghurt.

Town Tonic is a restaurant that knows what it takes to please its customers.

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