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20+ new places to eat and drink in Canberra this winter

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Looking for a new place to tantalise your tastebuds?

Whether you’re craving something sweet or looking for something savoury, we’ve done the hard work and found all the newest places to inspire your latest foodie adventures! You can thank us later.

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Eighty/Twenty (Belconnen)

Known for their delicious mix of naughty and nice, eighty/twenty has something new in store as they get ready to open a brand new vegan cafe in Belconnen.

Opening on 3 July, they’re sure to have their iconic coffee and raw sweets on offer along with French toast, smoothies, açai bowls and more.

Keep an eye out on their Facebook page for opening day deets!

eightytwentyfood.com

Hey Presto

 

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These food-coma worthy desserts are no ordinary cookies. Fully loaded and inspired by NYC, Presto’s cookies are filled with all the good things: chewy, gooey fudge and sugary sweets.

Read more here on how to get your monster cookie fix.

prestofoods.com | @presto.cbr

Uno.tapas (City)

 

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Opening on 1 July, Uno.tapas will be serving up a delicious menu of Spanish tapas and raciones at Canberra’s own magnificent food hall, Verity Lane.

Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City | uno-tapas.com

Turkish Delight (Kingston)

Traditional Turkish delight for dessert? Yes please! Canberra’s very first Turkish restaurant has opened a sister store for southsiders craving some kofte.

75/71 Giles Street, Kingston | turkishdelightkingston.com

Papa J’s Pinoy Resto Bar (Dickson)

With Instagrammable pop-art interiors, this Filipino-Asian fusion restaurant and bar features the great flavours of Filipino cuisine with a twist.

Serving up chicken adobo rolls, bao, and delicious desserts, grab a chair and a cocktail to support local.

G04/21 Challis Street, Dickson | papaj.com.au

SoupStone (Acton)

Craving authentic Cantonese cuisine? Visit SoupStone, the latest fusion Asian restaurant in Acton, near ANU campus.

Open seven days a week from 11 am, authentic Asian snacks and signature housemade dishes are on offer along with delicious house-brewed beverages.

6/26 Barry Dr, Acton  |@SoupStone

Mrs Kim’s Donuts (Kingston)

 

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Doughnuts, milkshakes and pies, oh my! After a slight delay, Mrs Kims Donut is officially opening its doors on 8 July and to celebrate they’re giving away 300 doughnuts for free!

Run, don’t walk because they’re sure to be gone faster than you can say “One crunchy Biscoff cheesecake donut please!”

15 Tench Street, Kingston  |@kimsdonutscbr

That Pasta Place, Alfredo’s (Lanyon)

You can’t go pasta this! That Pasta Place, Alfredo’s is officially opening after driving around town winning our hearts (and stomachs) over with their delicious pasta.

Made from ingredients from local suppliers, keep an eye on their Facebook page to see where they’ll be next.

@tppalfredos

The Pelican Place (Kingston)

 

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Formerly known as Wild Beanz, The Pelican Place is Kingston’s newest casual dining restaurant. Dine-in and enjoy some brekky or grab some take out to enjoy a cold winter’s night at home.

With a sister restaurant in Gungahlin, there’s no excuse not to pop in.

Shop T2, 34 Eyre Street Market, Kingston  | thepelicanplace.com

Hearsay (Barton)

 

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Providing a delicious new offering for the Attorney-General’s Department and its guests, Hearsay offers a range of drool worthy food for your breakfast or lunch meeting needs.

3-5 National Circuit, Barton |@hearsaycafe

Dobinsons (Gunghlin)

Your favourite pastries have a home in a new location—Gungahlin!

Stocked with the usual sweet and savoury favourites on offer, this location has seating outside so you can enjoy the day with a warm brew.

26 Hibberson St, Gungahlin  | @dobinsons

Colosseum Italian Street Food (Fyswick)

Colosseum Italian Street Food is at the Fyshwick Niche Markets and it has a pizza our heart with their authentic Italian street food on offer.

From donuts to Pomodori col Riso, be transported across the world without needing to leave the city.

36 Mildura St, Fyshwick  | @colosseum_italian_street_food

The Dining Dome (Kingston)

The new Dining Dome at The Dock in Kingston is a place everyone is going to want a seat at.

This Canberra bubble allows 12 people to delight in a dome of warmth, privacy, and Scandi-inspired interiors, while they dine on an exclusive chef’s menu and sip a glass of something lovely.

Read more here.

 7/81 Giles St Kingston | @thedockcbr 

Okami Japanese Restaurant (Mawson)

Offering the tempting prospect of an all-you-can-eat feast of more than 30 Japanese dishes for the low low price of $36.80 per person, Okami Japanese Restaurant is the place to be/

On offer is a range of Japanese favourites like crunchy Karaage chicken, crispy Agadashi Tofu, sashimi, sushi and Chicken Katsu with a Tonkatsu sauce. Grab some stretchy pants and dig in!

Read more here.

 Ground Floor, 8 Mawson Place, Mawson | okamirestaurant.com.au

Samsi Sekki (Mitchell)

Headed out near Mitchell? Samsi Sekki will welcome you for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Try some authentic Korean flavour and have some traditional soup for breakfast, some fried rice with kimchi for lunch or enjoy one of the dinner specials.

117 Flemington Rd, Mitchell | @samsisekki

Forrest Specialty Coffee (Belconnen)

Recently opened Forrest Specialty Coffee (feature image) has brought fresh eats and delicious ONA Coffee to Westfield Belconnen.

Operated by the passionate team behind Civic’s new East Row Cafe, Forrest Specialty Coffee  in Belconnen offers a new way to brunch and lunch with a diverse—and Instagram-worthy—menu.

Read more here.

Level 1 Westfield Belconnen, neighbouring Priceline| @forestspecialtycoffee 

FunGuys at The Truffle Farm

Cold weather means truffle season is back, bringing with it the delicious burgers from Fun Guys.

With three burgers on the menu—The Big Truffle Deluxe Burger, The Southern Truffle Shuffle Burger—as well as Funguys Chips N Gravy which includes truffled ‘corn gravy’ with truffle salt, take the family to hang out with some funghis (get it?).

Read more here.

The Truffle Farm Canberra, 23 Mount Majura Road, Majura| @funguys_truffle_burgers

Kan Sushi & Poke

 

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Our sushi obsession isn’t going anywhere thanks to Canberra’s newest sushi restaurant, Kan Sushi & Poke.

With an abundance of sushi rolls and poke bowls on offer, you’ll go for the trendy interior and stay for the never-ending menu options.

Ground 3/221 London Cct, City | @kan.sushipoke  

1Up (City)

 

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The newest venue brought to you by the Reload and Token team, 1UP has modern video game features with a classic Sydney Building vibe.

Located between the two venues, book into the cool function room for a special event to enjoy the pool tables, karaoke and modern consoles with an iconic Reload cocktail or two.

34-38 Northbourne Avenue, City | reloadbar.com

Let’s Chaat Food Indian Restaurant

Tantalise your taste buds with some Indian street food delicacies from the Let’s Chaat street food van, which—as far as we can tell—pops up in Kingston and Belconnen.

To order, call or text 0435 184 923 and sink your teeth into some samosas, tawa pulao or mixed veg pakora.

Kingston + Belconnen | @LetsChaatFood

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