Reopened with a slight facelift, Japanese eatery LiloTang is still serving the authentic and innovative Japanese cuisine you know and love, but with a brand-new menu showcased in their beautiful new interior.
Becoming somewhat of a crowd favourite, The Inn above popular pub Edgar’s Inn at the Ainslie shops has been wowing locals with its casual Sunday vibes and fresh ingredients with unbelievable flavours.
Department of Pizza
Home-made pizza’s that Nonna would be proud of is what to expect from the Campbell Shops newest restaurant, Department of Pizza.
Armada Outdoor Bar
Sip on wine and enjoy delicious nibbles while you watch the sun go down over the lake at The Boat House’s newest edition, Armada Outdoor Bar.
Creating big hype once its ‘coming soon’ poster was displayed in front of a vacant restaurant space, Betty’s Burgers has been winning over people’s stomachs with mouth-watering burgers, shakes, fries and concretes.
Spilt Milk Bar
Using 100% Aussie ingredients and living by a cow to cone approach to ice cream, Spilt Milk Bar is steering away from Italian classics only and creating new and exciting flavours.
Chic Gourmet is a new Asian style eatery that has popped up in Dickson’s food scene, serving up authentic, fresh (and spicy) dishes.
Tucked away in a little corner of Braddon lies Sushi Fresh, the perfect spot for to grab fresh and tasty sushi for a quick lunch. On their menu find your favourite hand rolls, nigiri and sashimi as well as speciality rolls, fried chicken and ramen.
Verity Lane Market
Canberra’s new food hall, Verity Lane Market is nestled in the Sydney Building and has all your needs for a casual night out. With three epic food vendors and a stylish 20th century inspired bar, there is something to suit everyone’s needs…and stomachs.
Celebrating all the queens out there and all things Australian, Queenies bar in Kingston has a wide range of Australian and Canberra wines, spirits and craft beers, and a menu with seasonal produce with a native twist.
Serving up 100% Aussie ingredients in between a soft, fluffy bun, Pattysmiths know what makes a good burger. Specialising in premium wagyu burgers they have a mouth-watering selections of burgers alongside the perfect sides.
Magoo’s Restaurant and Bar
Fancy live music and a good pub feed? Kingston Foreshores newest friend Magoo’s is the place to be to hear local talents while enjoying a delicious meal and friendly atmosphere.
In a contemporary cafeteria style setting, Capital Eatery has it all from your big brekky favourites, sweet treats, sandwiches, fresh salads and of course coffee! With different fresh foods being made daily it’s a great spot for dine in or pick up.
Create your own crepe from start to finish at Crepe Stop, a takeaway cone-based store where you get a sweet or savoury crepe (even rainbow) any way you like and get it made fresh in front of you.
What could be better than brunch? How about a Japanese style brunch? Tokyo Canteen has just popped up in Kingston and their menu includes some of your brunch favourites, like avo toast but with a Japanese style twist.
Bringing to life live jazz, classic cocktails and a little 1930’s vibes, Blackbird bar is the perfect late-night location, and also has jaffles on the menu.
No. 10 Restaurant and Bar
Located in Woden and Belconnen No. 10 Restaurant and Bar promises tasty food and great drinks in a relaxed setting, featuring ingredients sourced from the Canberra region.