Constitution Place is flourishing as one of Canberra’s newest dining precincts. Home to a unique selection of cafes, restaurants and bars, plus a hotel and gym, we’ve got the dining guide you will want to put on your radar.


Offering a truly unique dining experience in Canberra, Mu reflects the traditional Japanese eating style of ‘omakase’. With an exclusive 12-seat-only chef’s counter experience or a table in the dining area, each delicious morsel of the 10+ course set menu showcases the elegance and sophistication of Japanese cuisine.

Such and Such

A relaxed, all-day restaurant with a strong focus on wine, Such and Such offers a contemporary take on nostalgic classics. With a local-leaning wine list and crowd-pleasing share plates, stop in for a glass of wine and snack in the alfresco area or head inside the stylish restaurant for a laid-back lunch or dinner.


Moody, late-night cocktail lounge vibes are on at Cicada Bar. Promising reimagined classic cocktails made with high-quality liquors and seasonal ingredients, find a cosy corner and drink your way through the menu.


One of Redbrick Coffee’s unique venues, ARC café is a great place for a quick coffee catch-up, lunch date, reading corner or work drinks. A beautifully light space, it is complemented by a food menu of refined classics, focusing on local produce.


Marking their 10th restaurant, The Meat & Wine Co Canberra brings their famous Afro-centric menu to the heart of the capital. With premium and dry-aged steaks, a hand-selected wine list and trending paddock-to-plate dishes, experience premium steakhouse dining.

Karl Bar

A new micro bar from the minds behind Constitution Place’s Cicada Bar, Karl Bar focuses on just one cocktail in particular – the ever-so-popular and very versatile margarita. Inspired by the iconic designer, Karl Lagerfeld, the bar’s mood is dark, elegant and understated. Featuring just a handful of cocktails that are heavy on margaritas with some ring-ins, expect expertly crafted and well-balanced flavours. 


Bringing the perfect takeaway and quick lunch stop to Constitution Place, Hero Sushi is making an amazing selection of nigiri, rolls, platters and hot foods, five days a week.


Your go-to place for ramen, curry and rice bowls, Tenkomori‘s vibrant restaurant brings the heart of Tokyo to Canberra and is perfect for weeknight dinners or lunchtime meals. If you’re picky when it comes to ramen, don’t worry as they have a huge ramen menu with the option to build your own personalised bowl.

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