For all those times you’ve found yourself looking for somewhere to dine on a Sunday evening, we’ve rounded up a list of places that are open to suit your plans and most importantly, satisfy your cravings no matter what you’re in the mood for.


At Matt Moran’s Italian Steakhouse Compa you’ll find two things to enjoy on your Sunday, good food and good company. The menu features local produce from the ACT, as well as produce from the Moran Family Farm.


From the people behind Two Before 10, spend your Sunday afternoon at 10 Yards grazing on small plates and sipping a glass of Canberra-region wine or beer. Sourcing top quality local produce, experience real farm to table food.


If you’re in the mood for authentic Japanese, Raku is open and welcomes you to dine in on a Sunday. With a seafood-heavy menu and talented sushi team, get the most out of the cuisine and experience a range of high-quality and fresh plates.



Take your pick and enjoy a Sunday dinner either in Ostani’s heated outdoor pavilion or indoors by the fire, both offering a lush and cosy experience. The casual menu features a range of pub classics and fresh produce dishes, along with a list of local craft beer, curated cocktails and wine.


If you’re craving a cheeky late night satisfier for your Sunday, Senn Noods has you covered. Transporting you to the Southeast Asia’s vibrant and bustling streets, expect noodles, pad thai, kebab balls and Zaab’s famous bagged cocktails. And if you live in close proximity, pick up some takeaway and click play on that next episode at home.


Assembly offers a modern pub experience for your Sunday sesh. Whether it’s a casual meal with friends and family in the dog-friendly beer garden, a cocktail (or two) in a leather booth, or watching the footy in the sports bar area. You can expect classic pub dishes, including vegetarian and gluten-free options, and a wide selection of drinks.


On the odd occasion you’re feeling like going out on a Sunday, Akiba is the perfect choice, with their eclectic dining experience and buzzing ambience. It brings ‘New Asian’ cuisine to Canberra with fresh Asian flavours cooked over flames and paired with an exotic cocktail.


As a family-owned restaurant, Agostinis makes your Sunday night dinner feel like a home cooked Italian meal. The friendly atmosphere speaks to the tradition of a big family get-together and the authentic seasonal menu is full of wonderful dishes that never disappoint.


Edgar’s Inn is an Ainslie local and one of Canberra’s hidden gems found not far from the bustling city noise. Enjoy a laid-back pub-style meal in their warm and intimate atmosphere, making it the perfect venue to gather with friends on a Sunday.


Travel across the world on your Sunday night and experience Inka’s contemporary fusion of Japanese-Peruvian techniques and ingredients. Not only do they offer an exquisite dining experience, but their mixture of heritage, cultural symbolism, textures and vibrant colours offers a visual feast unique to Canberra’s city.


A fast-paced restaurant where elegance meets contemporary Australian cuisine, Eightysix’s tasting menu is bound to top off your weekend. With two locations in Canberra, they both offer an intimate experience and shared meals that make for a memorable evening.


Located in the heart of New Acton’s thriving food scene, Rebel Rebel is a casual yet refined all-day eatery that takes a produce-driven approach. Wine is their speciality, with an impressive curated wine list to drink in or takeaway from their on-site takeaway wine shop.


If you’re looking for a social, fun and casual space for your Sunday, The Pedlar located on the corner of Constitution Avenue is the one. The kitchen offers a varied menu including all the pub classics and plenty of sharing options, along with beers on tap.


A restaurant and bar with a modern take on Pan-Asian cuisine, OHNO! on a Sunday is your fun and ever-so-tasty dinner for two, gals night out or family dinner location. The only way to truly experience the menu is by ordering a bunch of dishes to share.


On a Sunday, Hopscotch provides a place where you can kick-back, recover from the night before and take in the casual style of Canberra’s favourite dining precinct. There’s plenty to eat and drink, with the menu making great use of the kitchen’s Argentine grill.

As the weather cools down, we’ve also rounded up the best restaurants to cosy up by the fireplace.