There are many things that I love about Canberra, including its proximity to major cities, beaches, the bushland, picturesque mountains and gorgeous landscapes. Within 20 mins your can find yourself in New South Wales and within several hours you can even find yourself in Victoria.
Eat Canberra was invited to the Tastes of Rutherglen Food & Wine Festival in March so we hit the road and sampled some of the delicious food and wine on offer at some of the many amazing wineries in the region. It’s Aussie Wine Month this month so we thought that now would be the perfect time to share our experience with you. Continue reading Explore Rutherglen: Tastes of Rutherglen Food & Wine Festival
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
Every 15 hours a child is born with cerebral palsy in Australia, which equates to 1 in 500 babies. Cerebral Palsy Alliance invites you to their annual ‘Spring Fashion Show’ where you can help to provide vital therapy services to more than 200 children and their families living in our local community by simply enjoying an entertaining and rewarding fashion experience like no other.
Continue reading WIN a SURPRISE LUNCH with The Italianos from MKR
Spring is here! That means longer days and warmer weather. It also means we’re coming out of winter hibernation (does a happy dance). What better way to enjoy the weather then with a walk along the Kingston Foreshore with your lover, friends or family. While you’re there you can stop in and treat yourself to an ice cream or a delicious dessert from Mövenpick. That’s what we did recently! Continue reading Decadent dessert on the Foreshore
Do you ever feel like you can’t go out for a delcious meal because:
A) You’re a poor university student
B) You’re waiting for payday
C) You’ve just been slammed with bills
D) You’re renting in Sydney
If you answered yes to any of the above then you can call me your Sydney Cheap Eats fairy godmother. I can assure you that you that it’s possible to eat out in Sydney on any day of the week while still maintaining a healthy bank balance. Continue reading Sydney Cheap Eats
Move over Melbourne, Sydney is the true winner when it comes to serving up the best meal of the day – breakfast. There’s a haven hiding around every corner but my advice is, do your research! Instagram is the perfect stalking tool to avoid breaking the wallet and leaving a café with an empty stomach – sound familiar? To get you started, here are my top 5 breakfast spots in Sydney. Continue reading MY TOP 5 BREAKFAST SPOTS IN SYDNEY
As we entered Buvette Bistro & Wine Bar through the stunning Hotel Realm foyer our senses were heightened as the aromatic smells from the kitchen wafted towards us. Continue reading Buvette Bistro & Wine Bar
Looking for an upscale pub style venue with an emphasis on good food, coffee and craft beer that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner? The Meating Room in Weston is just that and it’s opened for breakfast and lunch 7 days a week and Tuesday to Sunday for dinner. Continue reading Welcome to The Meating Room
A doughnut should be light, soft and slightly buttery just as the ones from Bombolini Doughnuts were when I recently road tested some for Geoff.
He’s the owner and the baker of Canberra’s very own delightful artisan custard-filled doughnuts. Continue reading Canberra’s newest sweet treats
This Japanese delight, Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake or pizza), pronounced ok-on-om-o-ya-ki is one of my (many) favourite Japanese dishes. I’ve made it a few times and trust me, it’s much easier to make then it is to pronounce! Continue reading Make Okonomoyaki (Japanese pancake) at home