Azima: A new Middle Eastern culinary experience to open in Canberra
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
2d ago
Azima, a lively new Middle Eastern restaurant, is set to open its doors to the public next Friday in the space formerly home to Brunello on City Walk. Azima – which loosely translates to “an invitation to feast” – will be a first-of-its kind for the Canberra dining scene. Focusing exclusively on traditional Lebanese cuisine, the restaurant will centre around fresh, vibrant flavours and generous banquet menus at an affordable price point. The new restaurant is the third venue in Canberra opened by long-time hospitality entrepreneur and operator Adam Elchakak, who also owns Inka, Koto, and forme ..read more
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One-pan Nasi Goreng tray bake
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
1w ago
If the mountain of dishes in the sink is putting you off cooking, this one-pan wonder could be the one for you. Cook 40 mins | Serves 4 4 eggs 2 Tbsp vegetable oil 500g chicken thigh fillet, 4cm pieces 1 brown onion, thinly sliced 2 garlic cloves, crushed 2 Tbsp sweet soy sauce 1 Tbsp salt-reduced soy sauce 1 Tbsp sweet chilli sauce 1 tsp sambal oelek 2 cups long-grain rice 4 cups (1L) chicken stock 12 green prawns, peeled, deveined 2 green onions, sliced 1 large Lebanese cucumber, sliced 250g cherry tomatoes, halved 2 Tbsp roasted peanuts chopped Coriander sprigs, to serve Preheat oven ..read more
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5 extravagant high tea Mother’s Day experiences in Canberra
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
3w ago
With Mother’s Day around the corner on Sunday, 12 May, we’re excited to share five high tea experiences to spoil the mother figures in our lives. Celebrate this day with a unique and luxurious high tea that will surely make an unforgettable experience. Here’s to the mother figures who make our world brighter, warmer, and infinitely more beautiful. Afternoon Tea at a Courtyard Cafe, MoAD Spoil Mum rotten at Old Parliament House (MoAD). Whether she prefers a fancy afternoon tea, casual brunch, family picnic or sophisticated lunch, MoAD have the perfect experience for every Mum – because she is u ..read more
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Rosa’s at the Lawns: pizzas, paninis and plenty more
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
1M ago
Located at the idyllic Lawns of the Lobby, Rosa’s offers pizza, paninis and drinks throughout the day, along with pastries and coffee for breakfast. Open from 7am seven days a week, Rosa’s has already become a popular spot for public servants to grab their morning coffee. They also serve buns, banana bread and chop chip cookies in the mornings, along with a bacon and egg brekky roll. From 11am, Rosa’s serve a range of paninis, including roast beef with pickles, eggplant parmigiana and more. Their pizzas consist of house-made dough cooked in a large wood-fired oven and they have a number of opt ..read more
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Canberra eats: Compa, Matt Moran’s new steakhouse
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Vincent Samaras
1M ago
Matt Moran’s Italian steakhouse Compa is officially here, offering a relaxed dining experience in the heart of Canberra’s city. Compa is the second of Moran’s Canberra spaces to open recently, and is the sister venue to sandwich bar &Sando. Located on Bunda Street next to Raku, Compa has a focus on local, seasonal produce, with the menu designed to showcase ACT goods. CD was invited to check out the new venue for dinner on Thursday night, 11 April, and there was certainly plenty to enjoy. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Canberra Daily (@canberradaily) The restaurant was bu ..read more
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Focaccia art
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
1M ago
Get aboard the focaccia art trend with this simple but stunning no-knead recipe that’s perfect for any occasion. No-Knead Focaccia Garden Prep/cook time: 40 mins | Dough rest time: 15 hours | Serves: 8-10 Focaccia 540g (4 cups) bread flour 2 tsp flaky sea salt + more for baking 2 tsp (8g) instant yeast 450g (2 cups) lukewarm water (1/2 cup boiling water + 1 1/2 cups cold water) 1/4 cup olive oil Focaccia garden decoration options Spanish onions French shallots Spring onions Capsicum Fresh herbs Capers/Caperberries Cherry tomatoes Olives Asparagus Seeds Rocket/Baby spinach In a large bowl ..read more
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New sandwich bar &Sando opens in the city
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
1M ago
Chef and restaurateur Matt Moran’s newest venture has arrived in Canberra, with sandwich bar, &Sando, opening in the city today. &Sando offers a range of different sandwiches and some pastries that should cater to any sandwich lover, with the full menu available for take-away. The sandwiches are made using a mixture of Sonoma and Under breads. The deli-style sandwiches are made from combinations of classic ingredients including salami, mortadella, ham, provolone, pickles and veg. The menu features several options; Shroomy, Tuna Fish, Chix Schnitz, Spicy Deli, Not so boring, Pastrami Me ..read more
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Chocolates to try this Easter
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
2M ago
We love to celebrate Easter by indulging in a delightful assortment of chocolates and sweet treats. From classic favourites to new, innovative offerings, there’s something for every chocolate enthusiast. Here are some popular chocolates to try this Easter: Lindt Gold Bunny: The iconic Lindt Gold Bunny, made from the finest Swiss milk chocolate, is a symbol of Easter luxury. Wrapped in gold foil with a red ribbon and bell, this chocolate bunny is both a treat for the palate and a delightful decoration. Cadbury Creme Eggs: A staple in Easter baskets, these chocolate eggs filled with a sweet, cre ..read more
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Easter eggy treats
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
2M ago
These delightful eggy treats are sure to be a crowd-pleaser for every bunny this Easter long weekend. Easter chocolate caramel cheesecake Recipe and image courtesy of Australian Eggs. Cook: 90 mins | Serves: 12 250g digestive biscuits 125g butter, melted 750g cream cheese, at room temperature 3 tsp vanilla essence 3/4 cup caster sugar 3 eggs 300g sour cream 2 tbsp cornflour, sifted Chocolate wafer biscuits, cut diagonally into pieces, to serve Easter eggs, to serve Honeycomb, chopped, to serve Choc-caramel sauce 180g bar Caramello chocolate, broken into pieces ½ cup firmly packed brown suga ..read more
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Use it up! Tasty ways with bread past its best before date
Canberra Weekly » Food And Wine
by Newstime Media
2M ago
It’s no use crying over spilled milk – or stale bread, for that matter! Here are two tasty ways to make great use of baked goodness that’s past its best before date and stop it from going to waste. Images and text from Baker Bleu by Mike Russell, photography by Parker Blain. Murdoch Books RRP $49.99. Panzanella Serves 4 as a side Panzanella could almost be called a baker’s salad – it takes your hard work baking a beautiful rustic loaf and showcases it, even when the bread might be past its prime. This recipe is made extra summery with the addition of ripe nectarines. To showcase the jumble of ..read more
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