Article Archive

March 6, 2015

Dessert Castle - A Delicious Preview

15/06/2014 by Yen Vi

Hear ye, hear ye! All Canberrans can now enter Dessert Castle to satisfy the sweetest of cravings.


Things of Stone and Wood - Vitis Eatery

11/06/2014 by OutInCanberra

Located in the old Ostratos restaurant space on Lonsdale Street, the fitout is bang-on for the local market. As with a lot of contemporary dining, Vitis promises to be a space where a tipple and snack can lead to a night of pretty serious wining-and-dining. Click here to read Vitis Eatery's Dining Profile.


Old Favourite, New Look - La Rustica by the Lake

10/06/2014 by Yen Vi

La Rustica recently relocated to the Kingston Foreshore as La Rustica by the Lake. An updated fit out of the new restaurant includes imported wood and iron chandeliers from Italy, a plant wall where fresh herbs are grown, and clever use of timber panelling to maintain the restaurant’s classic rustic feel. The open kitchen allows diners to peek in and see the pizza chef spinning the pizza dough and baking a range of pizzas in the large pizza oven. The illuminated bar is another prominent feature that continues to provide diners with delicious wine and beer options.


From the Inner South to Istanbul - Dining at Harem Turkish

03/06/2014 by OutInCanberra

It’s amazing how a simple walk up a flight of stairs can transport you to another world. This is a fact well-known to diners at Harem Turkish in Kingston’s Green Square who for 23 years have taken a culinary journey to explore the best of Turkish cuisine.


Truffle Festival - Lunches and Cooking Classes

20/05/2014 by OutInCanberra

The Truffle Festival, Canberra & Capital Region has announced an amazing line up of events already. OutInCanberra is proud to bring a selection to you as part of this amazing little festival. The most exciting part is the presence of Antonio Carluccio. As the patron for The Truffle Festival, Canberra & Capital Region, Antonio will be attending a number of events to entertain and enlighten guests with his extensive knowledge of Italian cooking. Long Lunch


Smart, Casual Cuisine at Citrus Cafe

16/05/2014 by OutInCanberra

Following its construction in 2004, The Mawson Club ushered in a new era of community clubs; one where the focus was very much on the members, in a venue that felt more like a café, bar or restaurant rather than one with a strong emphasis on gambling. With regular musical performances, sleek (though comfortable) décor and facilities to cater for everyone from kids through to seniors, The Mawson Club quickly found its place as the heart of the Southlands precinct.


Oliver's at Braddon - Catering & Functions

13/05/2014 by OutInCanberra

Oliver’s at Braddon is something of an assault on the senses… but in a very good way! The owner - the friendly and energetic Oliver Buecher - has built his personality into the menu, offering a range of dishes across breakfast and lunch that will you in-and-out-and-full in a flash, leaving you with a smile of your face at the same time.


'Chef's Pick' at Sage Dining Rooms

06/05/2014 by OutInCanberra

Sage Dining Rooms is a unique venue in Canberra. With a setting that takes advantage of one of Canberra’s heritage buildings at Gorman House in Braddon, there is nothing old-fashioned about the style of food and service experienced by diners. Sage has always been on the cutting-edge, with thorough exploration of emerging trends.


Dining with an Old Friend - Sammy's Kitchen

29/04/2014 by OutInCanberra

Over the last eight years Bunda Street in the city has undergone a transformation. The development of Canberra Centre’s North Quarter has ushered in a whole new dining precinct with tidy roadside tables and a range of options that has the strip buzzing on even the coldest of Canberra nights.


Dining at Civic Pub

17/04/2014 by Nic Crowther

What do you want from your pub food? Fiddly little entrees or plates that cover half the table? No. You simply need generous servings of familiar food - with just a little savoir faire to keep the culinary-curious satisfied. The Civic Pub has found the perfect balance.