Assembly, The People’s Pub: Where you’ll find the best Biscoff Hotcakes and best value Eggs Benedict for breakfast in Canberra
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by Amelia Bidgood
10M ago
Where can you get quality Eggs Benedict with not one, but two, hash browns for $22 in Canberra? Assembly, The People’s Pub! That’s right, you don’t have to pay an additional $5 for a side of hash browns if you order the Eggs Benedict for breakfast at Assembly. Their version of Eggs Benedict is served with double smoked ham, apple glaze, perfectly poached eggs, pickled eschalot, topped with hollandaise sauce, and served on toasted muffins with a side of two hash browns. They even have a gluten free and vegetarian option.  You might think of Assembly for its lively pub scene but the team a ..read more
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Welcome to Cabo: Canberra’s newest bar with tequila and mezcal flights, tacos platters and Sunday sangria sessions
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by Amelia Bidgood
10M ago
I wanna dance by the water ‘neath the Mexican sky, and drink some margaritas by a string of blue lights. I wanna listen to the Mariachi play at midnight, are you with me, are you with me? Okay so I’m not heading to Mexico anytime soon but it sounds like a trip to Canberra’s newest bar, Cabo, might be the next best thing.  They had us at tequila, margaritas and tacos! The team at Cabo promise to take you to a place where tequila reigns supreme. You might even feel the sand between your toes and the sea breeze in your hair if you close your eyes while sipping on their boozy offerings. Can y ..read more
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Truffle Week at Verity Lane Market
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by Amelia Bidgood
11M ago
One of our favourite times in Canberra’s foodie calendar is here – it’s truffle season! There’s an abundance of delicious truffle dishes and incredible truffle events to tantalise your tastebuds if you love this unique ingredient as much as we do. To celebrate, Truffle Week is kicking off at Verity Lane Market from 29 June until 8 July with a selection of incredible truffle-infused dishes available from the five amazing vendors. The Italian, Chinese, Indonesian and Singaporean vendors will prepare exquisite and unique dishes infused with fresh truffles sourced from local Bungendore farm, Tural ..read more
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Demochi are bringing their mochi donuts to Canberra
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by Amelia Bidgood
1y ago
Our favourite mochi donuts are popping up in Canberra next month. If you don’t know what a mochi donut is, it’s a light and crispy donut with a pillowy perfect chew. You might be familiar with Demochi if you’re a regular at the annual Night Noodle Markets. If you’re a fan, you’ll be happy to know their delicious mochi donuts will be available from 2-5 February at Whale Tea, 191/260 City Walk. You can choose from a 12 pack, 4 pack or individual donuts and flavours include matcha, cinnamon, glazed or the original honey glazed. There will be a limited amount available each day so if you don’t wan ..read more
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Where to find Bento Boxes in Canberra
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by Amelia Bidgood
1y ago
One of our many favourite things about Japan is the range of high-quality bento boxes. There’s something very special about a selection of delicious Japanese dishes arranged neatly in a compartmented box that’s easily transportable. Whether you’re looking for a takeaway to eat at your desk or a fine-dining version for a special occasion, Canberra has an abundance of Japanese restaurants so there’s a good variety to choose from. We’ve rounded up some of the best places that offer bento boxes in the nation’s capital. Lilotang 1 Burbury Close, Barton Located in Barton, Lilotang bring a unique sty ..read more
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Express lunch at Inka
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by Amelia Bidgood
1y ago
Inka dishes up Nikkei-style food with elements of Peruvian food and Japanese food with cooking techniques from both cultures, in a stylish and dramatic two-storey restaurant adorned with South American design features. Located in the heart of the city on Bunda St, Inka has impressed diners in Canberra with its unique Japanese and Peruvian fusions flavours since it opened in early 2021. If you haven’t visited yet, you’re missing out and their $45 express lunch might be just the thing to entice you to make a booking. Lanterns hang dramatically from the high ceiling, Peruvian clay statues occupy ..read more
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Blue Eyes Bar & Lounge brings Hollywood glam to Garema Place
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by Amelia Bidgood
1y ago
Canberra’s newest bar, Blue Eyes Bar & Lounge, opens their doors on Friday 11 November. Inspired by the soulful songs of Frank Sinatra and old Hollywood bars, Blue Eyes’ opulent atmosphere will transport patrons to the glitz and glamour of the golden ages with plush velvet curtains, glittering chandeliers, intimate booths and a mini stage for live music. The luxurious decor and interior is complemented by a curated menu of oysters, charcuterie, caviar and expertly crafted signature cocktails. Owner and Manager Michael Spaseski, also owner Fenway Public House in Woden’s Bradley Street, is ..read more
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Recipe for success at Little Sutton Bakehouse
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by Amelia Bidgood
1y ago
From boss and employee, to mentor and mentee, the long-standing relationship between Daniel Sparrow and Omar Muscat evolved into a friendship that’s risen and expanded over the years. Now they’ve formed a partnership that’s proving to be a recipe for success. The two have a strong background in hospitality with more than 40 years’ experience between them. Omar has owned and operated more than eight hospitality businesses over the years and Daniel first joined his team when he was just 15-years-old. Their new venture has taken them to the country where the pair purchased Little Sutton Bakehouse ..read more
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Gelato Messina releases their sticky date and toffee trifle
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by Amelia Bidgood
1y ago
Love a trifle with a twist? Our friends at Gelato Messina have come up with another indulgent creation. This year their sticky date and toffee trifle will make your Christmas a little sweeter. So what’s in it? Hold on tight because this is going to set your festive alarm bells off. Layers of caramel cremeux with sticky date and toffee pudding, crème fraîche chantilly and chocolate coated biscuit crumble, all topped with a hand-made white chocolate chocolate wreath. It serves 20-30 people and will set you back $250. What else do you get in your Christmas pack? • ‍Trifle (of ..read more
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Where to find the best pancakes in Canberra
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by Kate Hudson
1y ago
Pancakes or hotcakes? We don’t care what you call them, we just love a good stack of them and we know we’re not the only ones. We’d eat them for breakfast, brunch, lunch, brinner and dinner if we could. So we’ve rounded up some of our favourite places to indulge in a plate of these delicious sweet treats in Canberra. Arc Place Get ready to treat yourself. Arc Place has a deeeelish hotcake dish on their menu, and it’s a doozy. Two fluffy vanilla hotcakes, stacked neatly on top of each other, hugging a pile of spiced apple, finished with salted dulce de leche, peanut brittle and double cream. It ..read more
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