Article Archive

August 28, 2014

The Copa

24/09/2013 by Carly Jade Devine

The Copa in Dickson is Canberra’s own Brazilian Churrasco. The family restaurant not only provides an abundance of different mouthwatering cooked (or rather, barbequed) to perfection meats and traditional dishes - it provides an experience, one diners are sure to never forget.

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The Perfect Brunch @ Trev's

24/09/2013 by Nic Crowther

Trev's @ Dickson has been a slow burner over the last few years. For those in on the secret, Trev's breakfast, lunch and dinner have been a treat, with a sharply focussed menu delivering inventive, witty and delicious variations of classic dishes. With the warmer weather returning, Trev’s is venturing into brunch service, and this has given the crew an opportunity to bring their style to another set of dishes. The menu contains options from the healthy through to the indulgent, with each dish bearing that special attention to detail that has made Trev’s such a hit for weekday diners.

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Bodega de Pintxos

10/09/2013 by Katey Baddeley

Canberra’s inner south has always played host some of the city’s best restaurants. Bodega de Pintxos along Kennedy Street in Kingston is no exception to the rule and raises the street’s dining profile by quite a substantial notch.

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Royal Thai Embassy of Australia’s 11th Annual Thai Food and Cultural Festival

06/09/2013 by Nic Crowther

Sunday 22nd of September sees the return of the Royal Thai Embassy of Australia’s annual Thai Food and Cultural Festival. This fantastic event, now in its 11th year, offers Canberrans the opportunity to celebrate one of the most popular Asian cultures whose influence is well known through food, dance and music.

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Healthy Living - Portion Distortion

02/09/2013 by Lisa Donaldson, Dietitian - FEED Inc

In the last two decades, have you noticed that portion sizes have steadily crept up?

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Worlds Colliding At Fusion Cafe and Grill

30/08/2013

Fusion Cafe and Grill resides in the space previously occupied by The Asian Noodle House. The timber floor, the original since the Sydney Building was constructed back in 1920s shines through with memories of the generations that have passed through over the decades. Classic cafe chairs add to the sense of history, and the room echoes with the chatter of customers - like ghosts from those bygone days. For fans of the Mediterranean architectural style, ceiling florets hark back the building’s origins.

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Keeping it in the Family - Dining at La Cantina

27/08/2013 by Nic Crowther

The restaurant that took the Inner South by storm - with its incredible vaulted brick ceilings and seriously luxurious food - is no longer the new kid on the block. Rather, after four years of consistently bellissimo food and service, the restaurant is an institution, a safe haven… a place where you know a sense of deep satisfaction is assured. The menu is a more modern take on Italian cuisine, however there are a few classics hidden among the generous list. Here are but a few current offerings that will tanatalise your taste buds with fresh and exciting flavours.

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Beess and Co - Humming Along as Usual

21/08/2013 by Nic Crowther

Beess & Co, the sleepy little café locate din the leafy suburbs of Yarralumla made headlines last weekend for more than one reason. One event put them on the front page of the Canberra Times. On Wednesday, at 6.30am while the staff was setting up for the day’s trade, a man entered the café via the service entry and threatened the staff before making off with the cash in store.

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Having Our Fill at The Canberra and Capital Region Truffle Festival

20/08/2013 by Nic Crowther

It's been an amazing couple of months for Canberra's foodies. As well as a couple of new restaurants appearing on the scene, the occasional pop-up and seasoned regulars maintaining their loyal trade, many restaurants in the region have embraced the winter months via a couple of festivals that celebrate -rather than hide from the colder Winter months. The Market

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Cruising the Menu at Capital & Co

19/08/2013 by Sam Tremayne

Just down the road from Parliament House - nestled inside Rydges Hotel Capital Hill - is the newly refurbished Capital & Co. Fresh off a 6-month revamp the restaurant/bar boasts views of the city - whether you choose to sit inside or out - along with a comfortable setting perfect for a chilled-out and cosy dinner and drinks.

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