Kingston’s China Plate closes after 10 years of political long lunches | The Canberra Times

It is probably a testament to her discretion that politicians have felt safe in the restaurant over the years. Cosgrove would enter with full security and liked a window near the table. While Amy admits she enjoys small talk, she knew when not to stick around. She says a VIP once tipped $1,500 “someone associated with the government,” but she won’t specify who, only to say it was a private event, not a taxpayer expense .

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