Big things can happen when four like-minded friends unite to bring an idea to life. Brothers Rory and Luke grew up on the South African coast and have called Australia home for the past 10 years. After falling in love with the Australian bushland they would often set out on adventures with their best mates Tom and Matt. Continue reading Biltong is the new black
I recently wrote and put together a local’s healthy guide to Canberra for The Fit Traveller. So if you’re a local, interstate visitor or international visitor and you’re looking for a healthy trip to the nation’s capital then this is the perfect guide for you. Continue reading A local’s healthy guide to Canberra
Did you know about the hidden treasure at The Dickson Tradies? It’s known as The Canberra Wine House and it’s a gorgeous, intimate spot for a wine or three and a bite to eat. There’s a beautiful indoor area and an outdoor garden space so it’s suitable for all seasons and events. Continue reading Wine and cheese? Yes please!
XO Restaurant in Narrabundah has been on my ‘to eat’ list since they opened. Their food photos and recipes in The Capital Cookbook 3, and more recently Gourmet Traveller, have been tempting me for a long time. So I gave some (not so subtle) hints to Mr Eat Canberra about where I wanted to go for my birthday dinner…. He got the hint and whisked me off to XO last week and I was over the moon with the whole experience. It took me a little while to get there but it was definitely worth the wait. Continue reading XO Restaurant Review
Hi! I’m Amelia, Editor and Founder of Eat Canberra! I don’t post many photos of myself but I thought I would take a minute to tell you a little bit about me, Eat Canberra and some of our plans for the future. Continue reading Meet Eat Canberra’s Editor
I love seeing everyone’s reaction when I turn up to a party with a cob loaf in hand. What’s not to love about something that you eat the dip AND what it’s served in! There’s no denying that it’s seriously amazing and it’s always a winner with my friends and family. It’s also really easy and doesn’t take long to whip up. Although cob loafs are a little old school there’s something about them and they’re a people pleaser for any occasion. Continue reading Cheesy bacon and corn cob loaf
The food scene in Canberra continues to grow, flourish and impress with new restaurants and ventures popping up all the time. People are pushing the boundaries and continuing to excel in the food world.
In the past month some impressive cookbooks have hit the shelves and have come from the heart and soul of some of Canberra’s best food writers, publishers, producers, chefs and passionate foodies.
If you’re looking for a last minute Christmas gift or a new cookbook to add to your collection then you need to get your hands on these.
FOOD NEWS! Cocowhip has FINALLY arrived in Canberra and you can find it at Sweet Bones, the vegan and organic cafe and bakery in Braddon. I have been waiting for this day for so long and I’m excited that the time has come! Wait until you see the amazing creations the Sweet Bones team come up with. Read this article until the end to find out. Continue reading Cocowhip arrives in Canberra
It’s the last weekend of the hottest food festival of the year. The Commons Street Feast has made its national debut in Canberra and it’s the last weekend you’ll find it at Commonwealth Park. Unfortunately they had to close due to the weather last night so this weekend is your last chance to get your foodie fix at The Commons. If you miss out on this celebration of street food and fun then you’re going to suffer from some serious food envy. Continue reading My must-try list for The Commons this weekend