Positioned on the corner of Giles & Kennedy Street, Kingston, Me & Mrs Jones offers an escape from it all. Surround yourself with good food, great wine and be immersed within the relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere.
With dishes ranging from decadent indulgences to vibrant and wholesome culinary delights, our innovative menus flirt with your tastebuds and leave you counting down the moments till you can experience it all again!
Our interiors pay homage to the original building, built in the 1920’s. The fit out features reprised utilitarian surfaces and stripped-back architecture to reveal the era. The modern yet nostalgic atmosphere creates the perfect place for your sneaky afternoon rendezvous.
Me & Mrs Jones, a local dining institution, will become your preferred meeting place. The perfect setting for a breakfast with the family, an intimate dinner for two or a place to reacquaint yourself with old friends over lunch.
At Me & Mrs Jones, we’ve certainly have a thing going on.
Contact & Location
Monday – Friday
07.00am – late
08.00am – late
08.00am – 04.00pm
Keen on employment at an innovative restaurant, in one of Canberra’s funkiest suburbs?
Me and Mrs Jones is located in thriving Kingston. You will work with a great clientele, in an amazing fitout and with management dedicated to provide thorough training.
We periodically take on new staff. If you’re interested in having your name added to our data base, simply send in a two-page resume (maximum), outlining your specific hospitality experience, to:
Want your function to be held in a warm and inviting space with one of the most amazing fitouts in Canberra?
If so, book our private function area. It is the perfect, intimate space for groups of up to 30. The space has massive windows that are thrown open in warmer months, bringing the outdoors in. You even have your own waiting staff.
The private function room is truly unique. Featured is an amazing black and white photograph of Kingston in the mid-1920s, long and comfortable bench seating and original brickwork with original bits of local newspaper clippings uncovered during renovations. It’s a truly intimate, interesting space — suitable for business meetings, special occasions and other private gatherings.
A private function area exposes original brickwork, complete with a crack zigzagging up one wall and bits of old, local newspaper articles uncovered and left exposed, adding to the nostalgic feel.