Canberra - Eating
Canberra features a large number of restaurants and cafés with a rich variety reflecting the cosmopolitan nature of the city. The main precincts for restaurants are in the city centre and the trendy suburbs of Manuka and Kingston. Although, excellent restaurants are located throughout the city including many with an Asian focus at Dickson – Canberra’s Chinatown. The Canberra region is the centre of a burgeoning wine region featuring high-quality cool climate varieties such as Chardonnay, Shiraz and Pinot.
Beautifully located restaurant on edge of Lake Burley Griffin, its menu features dishes with French and Australian influences.
Creative combinations and a superb cellar of vintage Australian wines make this a popular choice.
Chairman and Yip
Innovative menu blending Asian and Western flavours. Make sure to leave room for the delicious desserts.
Landmark Canberra restaurant has been serving delicious steaks for over 40 years.
Pizzas from the wood-fired oven and a delicious range of pastas make this an ideal location for a casual meal at reasonable prices.
Excellent Thai dishes including some spicy north-east Thai dishes and Thai BBQ.
Ethiopia Down Under
Spicy, hot traditional Ethiopian fare brings a touch of the exotic to your dining experience.
Award winning restaurant on Canberra’s West Row dining strip using the freshest local produce.