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12+ new places to eat in Canberra this autumn

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We’ve got you covered with Canberra’s newest places to eat and drink for autumn 2021

Whether it’s a new bar for the perfect Saturday nightcap or an unmissable new eatery, here are the new places to eat on Canberra’s food scene.

The Meat & Wine Co. Canberra (City)

The Meat & Wine Co. is an Afro-centric steakhouse with a decidedly glamorous edge. The parent company has a series of restaurants across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide and has received a steady stream of awards for both its steak and wine list.

They aim to please with their in-house dry-aged meat program and comprehensive wine list from around the world to complement any cut or marble score. Additionally, they promise an exclusive basting recipe—a family-kept secret for over 35 years—that is lathered on the meat

Read more here

Constitution Place | themeatandwineco.com

P’sghetti Bar (City)

P’sghetti Bar (oh how we love the name!) has taken over the corner real-estate at the Jolimont Centre end of the lane, where the former Barrio venture Taco Taco once resided.

The fit out is much the same in terms of high bench seats and a communal middle table inside, and sunny benches and tables outside. P’sghetti Bar promises some classic pasta and pizza options to eat-in or takeaway—all homemade by Italophiles and owners Emma Hamilton and Peter Nesic.

Read more here.

No Name Lane, Alinga Street, City West | @psghetti_bar

Three Mills Bakery (Fyshwick)

Fresh out of the oven, Three Mills Bakery’s newest location in Fyshwick is serving up all your favourites from their OG Majura Park store—the site has been custom built to accommodate a state-of-the-art pastry room.

Open seven days a week, offering coffee, pastries and their lauded sourdough selection.

Newcastle Street, Fyshwick | threemillsbakery.com.au

Ohsama Ramen (Manuka)

Ramen has finally come to Manuka, with Ohsama Ramen offers a wide range of traditional ramen dishes, all with their signature handmade noodles.

Just in time for those crisp winter evenings.

5 Palmerston Lane, Griffith

Boss Burgers (Kingston)

Sink your teeth into the inner south’s newest burger offering.

Featuring massive burgers with epic toppings, Boss Burgers is popping up in Kingston’s Kingsborough precinct—but only at certain times, so keep your eyes on their social channels.

Kingsborough | facebook.com/bossburgers135

Bunny Beans Café (Holt)

 

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This little cosy café is what people are describing as a best-kept secret. It’s the perfect place to hang out or grab-and-go a takeaway, with great food and coffee on offer.

To top it off, there’s beautiful jazz music on repeat.

Hardwick Crescent, Holt | facebook.com/bunnybeanscafe

Cup & Coaster (Fyshwick)

Headed out Fyshwick way? Cup & Coaster will welcome you with open arms. Not even a month old, they’ve had a line out the door.

There’s plenty on their menu, from French Toast to Pulled pork bao buns. Take the family or nestle in for a little you-time.

Wollongong Street, Fyshwick | facebook.com/cupandcoaster

Dear Prudence (City)

 

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Verity Lane Market’s newest roommate, Dear Prudence, welcomes you for an after-work drink or post-dinner nightcap.

Named after the 1968 Beatles song, it’s safe to say she’s timeless, authentically aged and elegant all in one. These connoisseurs of all things good can be found in the Sydney Building, offering up a Spanish-inspired menu for you to snack on in between sips.

Read more here.

Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City | veritylanemarket.com.au

Kakak’s Malaysian Food (Kingston)

Situated in the new Eyre St Market, Kakak’s Malaysian Food (formerly Chicken’s R Us) is finally open to serve up Malaysian takeaway favourites.

Credit to awesome food sleuths @foodpornjournal for discovering this one!

Eyre Street, Kingston | facebook.com/eyrestmarket

INKA (City)

Do you love Japanese/Peruvian fusion food? Do you froth over Instagrammable restaurant stairwells? Then INKA is calling your name!

INKA’s dramatic fusion of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines capture the tastebuds and combined with an artfully designed interior, INKA has got it all.

Be sure to peruse the cocktail list which also combines traditional Japanese liquors with the wild flavours of South America—the perfect pairing with flavour central.

Read more here.

Bunda Street, Canberra City | inka.com.au

Killiney Kopitiam Express (City)

Already popular in New South Wales and Victoria, this Halal hotspot in Canberra’s City centre aims to take you back to the ‘good old days’, preparing food and beverages the traditional way.

Not only will you be charmed by the hustle and bustle of its atmosphere, but also the seemingly never-ending menu options, ranging from Kaya Toast to Singapore Laksa and Nasi Lemak.

Canberra Centre | killiney-kopitiam.com.au

Puddle Café (Franklin)

 

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Your newest suburban hideaway is here! Propped up in swanky Franklin, Puddle Cafe is a new go-to for northsiders.

Their speciality is delicious house-made crumpets, with six sweet and savoury options. Also, rumour has it, they know how to make a good cup of coffee, and if that isn’t a good enough reason to go, I don’t know what is.

Flemington Road, Franklin | facebook.com/puddlecafe

SHOOK Tea Shop

 

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By now you should be aware of the huge bubble tea trend that’s got everyone hooked. SHOOK is the new store on the block, serving up a unique array of bubble tea flavour options in an eclectic scene.

Prepare to be SHOOK when we tell you they also deliver!

London Circuit, Canberra City | facebook.com/shookteashop

Sapling Yard Wines Cellar Door (Bungendore)

 

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Sapling Yard Wines has graduated from their pop-up cellar door at Provisions Deli in Braidwood to a permanent home in their new cellar door at the rear of Harvest Fresh in Bungendore.

Opening for the first time over the Easter long weekend, owners Carla Rodeghiero and Malcolm Burdett are excited to share with you what they have poured their blood, sweat and tears into.

Molonglo Street, Bungendore | saplingyard.com.au

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