CEL Summer Masthead

Fyshwick Markets food hacks

There are many types of people who go to the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets. First are Canberra’s food-obsessed – those dedicated souls who turn up as the gates open at 7 am to ensure they have the best pick of the freshest of local and seasonal ingredients which they rush home to turn into gourmet […]

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No Name Lane landing some of Braddon’s biggest names

Cult Braddon eateries Barrio Collective and Lazy Su’s have confirmed they are opening off-shoot restaurants in Civic’s business district. The establishments are joining a growing collective on No Name Lane and the block underneath the new Mayfair apartments on Alinga Street and West Row. Just this week, Malaysian Street Food restaurant Ming’s Pantry opened its […]

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HerCanberra Best Eats of 2017

The HerCanberra team has spent 2017 racking up some serious food miles. We love to share, so here are our favourite eating experiences from across the city. And don’t think we go for the hot new places with the flash social media accounts. We don’t care what it looks like, as long as it tastes […]

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The Christmas food on the Fyshwick Markets tables

We find out what the people behind the Fyshwick Markets put on their own Christmas tables once they close their doors on Christmas Eve. It’s beginning to taste a lot like Christmas. And as is the tradition with so many Canberra food lovers, the place to stock up for the hungry hordes is the Fyshwick […]

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Pâtissez placed into liquidation

It was the Freak Shake that launched a million copycats, and now Pâtissez Pty Ltd has gone into liquidation. As per the ASIC website, a general meeting of the members of the Company held on 01 November 2017  resolved that the Company be wound up and that Gregory Stuart Andrews & Andrew Juzva be appointed liquidator(s). Pâtissez was […]

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Molly is leaving the building.

In the times of prohibition, speakeasies frequently popped up and vanished, only to pop up again somewhere else. And we’re hoping Canberra’s Molly does the same. Yes, it’s true, Molly is leaving the building. It is possible that when it closes later this month, the legendary underground bar may still have some latecomers wandering around […]

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First export of Canberra’s wine and produce to Singapore

When the 11.30pm Singapore Airlines flight leaves tonight, on board for the first time will be a selection of Canberra’s finest olive oil, smokehouse produce and wine. Australian Capital Region Produce is exporting the first air cargo of perishables direct to Singapore on Singapore Airlines SQ 292 flight on Wednesday 9 August. Singapore businesses can […]

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Braddon’s latest foodie catch

Something fishy is going on in Lonsdale Street, Braddon. And we have trawled our contacts and cast out our nets in order to hook you a scoop. OK, enough with the fishing analogies. Yes, it’s a fish and chip shop. That much was obvious from the hoardings outside. But this new venture – the brainchild […]

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First look: Lolo and Lola Filipino Eatery

The wait is almost over. That’s right—Lolo and Lola is almost ready to open in its new digs in Watson! For those of you unfamiliar with Lolo and Lola, it began as a Filipino bakery stall at Westside Village in July 2015 before expanding to savoury food and a shipping container (still in Westside) in January […]

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Recipe: Truffle pasta with truffle eggs and extra cheese!

Fancy an easy pasta dish that takes full advantage of Canberra’s fresh truffles now being in season? Try this Truffle Egg Carbonara recipe from the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets. Three stores at the Fyshwick Markets stock the fresh local truffles including Wiffens, Mart Deli and Deli Planet. They are all supplied by The Truffle Farm […]

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