Author: Talia Liolios

EXCLUSIVE: Milky Lane confirmed for Lonsdale – find out when

It’s been a tease of what has felt like a lifetime, but finally we got a call with the juicy goss we’ve all been waiting for. After a year of site visits all over town, co-owner Christian Avant has confirmed that burger gods Milky Lane will open on Lonsdale Street come mid-September. With big burgers comes big expectations, and the team is hoping to meet Canberra’s needs. The venue will be double storey with a private room, indoor and outdoor dining. That same cool, Bondi vibe will be brought in through the hip hop murals. Opening week won’t go...

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That long lunch feeling at Canberra Centre

Weekday lunch dining has long been associated with quick grab-n-go options like a sandwich or a sushi roll – but is there anything more indulgent than a long-lunch? Canberra Centre is home to vast food options, you can eat almost any cuisine at any price point, yet for those days you’re looking to lift the spirit of your day time activity through good food, here are the places you can rely on: Alter Ego If you’re meeting a friend for lunch or even hosting a work meeting, Alter Ego has the space you’ll need to please who ever steps...

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Boffins Goes Bush (and we don’t mean camping)

In recognition of NAIDOC week Boffins is going bush. On Thursday 11 July 6.30-9.30pm join the Boffins team and Indigenous gardener Adam Shipp for a 5-course fusion between modern and native Australian flavours with accompanied beverages. Boffins goes Bush is a sharing style dinner which allows you to learn about Australia’s rich food heritage along the way. Adam’s will offer his valuable insights on native foods, medicine and growing your own bush foods. This event promotes mindful eating at its rawest. Connecting guests with not only the land it was foraged from but also using food as a method...

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A fresh perspective on stale bread

Even a long-winded battle with carbs is put on hold in the company of Three Mills sourdough. Whether the artisan loaf is on your weekly shopping list or underneath a mountain of smashed avo at a cafe breakfast, chances are you’re familiar with the locally loved brand. Though this story is a little different. This is sourdough as you’ve never seen it before. Walk into the Three Mills Bakery and witness towers of bread while taking in the intoxicatingly good bakery smell. Both touch points represent the uphill efforts of the entire team to create the most wholesome and...

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Trufflise your tastebuds on a budget

Canberra is in full truffle swing. Currently producing around 10 tonnes of truffle per season, with an expectation of that figure to sky rocket to 40 tonnes as our local fungus becomes internationally recognised.  We can thank the ‘black diamond’ for bringing $8 million dollars of tourism to the Capital. Truffles have become the core of winter indulgent foods, highlighting the seasonality of Canberra’s food industry. Truffles were first truly recognised around 11 years ago in Canberra, but the best part about truffles increasingly becoming mainstream is that you no longer have to fork out a few too many...

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