Not Sorry Miss Jackson - St. Kilda (Melbourne)

Mr. T and I were fortunate enough to be able to travel to Melbourne over the Anzac Day "long" weekend. We had been planning this trip for the past few weeks. Of course we researched what to see and what to eat. One brunch place which consistently popped up was Miss Jackson. The photos on social media looked enticing and past customer reviews convinced us even more. Also, it was in the perfect location as we had planned to explore St. Kilda and Chapel Street on our first day in Melbourne.

We did make reservations for Miss Jackson ahead of time, but ended up arriving an hour before the reservation time, but the staff were very accommodating and welcoming anyway.

Buttermilk chicken ($15)

For myself, I ordered the buttermilk chicken. I was expecting some fried chicken on a bed of bacon on a flatbread. What come was very different. The bacon was very thick cut and the it was actually a wrap. The flavours did not disappoint though. The chicken was tender and very tasty. I thought the bacon was a bit too thick, but at least the saltiness was perfect. The wrap was also filled with avocado, rocket and dressed with aioli, so every bite was packed with flavour, and as it sounds, it was a very filling meal!

Fried rice ($17.50)

Mr. T cleverly ordered the fried rice. Clever because it was the best fried rice we've tasted in a long time! Even better than fried rice from a Chinese restaurant! This fried rice was also filled with delicious goodies such as mussels, pork belly and corn. We loved the charried chunks of rice that was very flavoursome and the pork belly was smoked perfectly and tasty. This dish exceeded all our expectations.

Overall, we highly enjoyed our meal. The service was great and the food were even better!

Ratings: /10
Food: 9
Value: 9
Atmosphere: 9
Service: 9
Overall: 9/10

Restaurant information

Miss Jackson
2/19 Grey Street
St Kilda
Ph: (03) 9534 8415 

Miss Jackson Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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