2014 is off to a good start – here are some of my January foodie adventures.
I headed to the recently opened Mrs Sackville at the Kingston Foreshore. It’s not along the lakefront, but faces the Bus Depot markets. The small café offers homey and simple food in a quiet spot on the Foreshore. Prices range [...]
Lots of new restaurants and cafes opened up in November. I haven’t tried all of them yet, but I’ll get there eventually. Here are some of my foodie adventures for the month.
I tried the eggs benedict at the newly opened European in Kingston which were satisfying, particularly on a thick slice of bread from Autolyse. [...]
October has gone by so fast. Canberrans have been spoilt for choice this month with great dining options as part of Good Food Month and the Taste It Festival. Here are my foodie adventures for the month.
I checked out 38 Espresso – the Kingston Foreshore’s only espresso bar for a coffee and croissant. They don’t [...]
In an attempt to increase the percentage of healthy food options in Hospital cafeterias, snacks that are too sugary or fatty will be kicked to the curb, reports ABC News.
ACT school canteens have already dumped most fatty and sugary foods, now Canberra’s health sector is about to do the same.
A discussion paper has recommended at [...]
There seems to be an excessive amount of restaurants and cafe’s in the capital, the standard from personal experience is quite low in many forms of the dining experience, especially in the quality of food or poorly made coffees, with the exception of a top restaurant starting with “S” that I found to be excellent [...]
Good Day Rioters,
My partners birthday is just around the corner has only asked for one thing, tiramisu.
So – where can I get the best tiramisu in town?
Thanks in advance
Does anyone know if it open at the glassworks yet? And if not open yet I would love to know when (date) it will be open again? Or are they still operating from the van/thing?
Thanks for any help!!
I noticed a new pizza store called Encore opened at Florey shops about 5 weeks ago right next to Dominos. I thought it a little odd to open a pizza store right next door to supposedly the busiest Dominos store in the country.
I finally got around to trying them out today. Plenty of good quality, [...]
The taste of beer used to make me screw my nose up…then I moved to Canberra for uni and it was the only thing I could afford to drink…and I learned to love it. So much so that, at one point during my stellar drinking…er…academic career, I could scull a middy through a straw in [...]
The Canberra Multicultural Community Forum is delighted that the ACT Government has decided to invest an additional $200,000 into the 2012 and 2013 National Multicultural Festivals, Chair Sam Wong said today.
“The money will be used to increase the ‘footprint’ of the Festival, allowing it to expand into adjacent areas of Civic. Anyone who was present [...]
I have decided this year to branch out from trying out new dance classes to trying something I might actually be able to share with people, i.e. learning how to cook (well, cook new things).
Does anyone have any recommendations on good cooking classes – or places I should avoid?
The quality of our food today is questionable. Processed foods that contain little or no nutritional value are consumed as part of a stable diet and modern day agriculture has lowered the nutrient value of our fruit, vegetables meat and dairy produce. I encourage all of my personal training clients to buy certified organic as [...]
Thanks to our fantastic supporters the National Convention Centre Canberra (a member of the International Hotels Group-IHG) we have 2 double passes to an amazing concert to be held in December.
Less than a month after being honoured with the award of a Member of the Order of Australia, guitar maestro Tommy Emmanuel has announced plans [...]
Small footy clubs have long had a tradition of propping up players’ games fees with part-time work in the local pub or club. So perhaps that’s what’s going on at Garema Place’s Magpies City Club.
Regardless the reason, who ever is back there in the kitchen, it ain’t a cook.
Garlic bread: passable but strangely lacking anything [...]
It’s not often that I eat out. It’s even less often that I attempt to do so with three small children. So tonight we thought we’d test out the children’s table manners and headed off to China Town restaurant in Weston.
Arriving before 6pm but without a booking, we managed to get a table and then [...]
Recently went to the Canberra Croation Soccer Club at Deakin looking forward to a nice lunch with some retired mates. Signed them in, only to notice the staircase was blockaded with a short note saying the Chinese restaurant was closed indefinitely.
Last year they were bluing with the acting manager, but won that round.
Is this round [...]
Having been inspired by Johnboy’s curiosity about a Rendang Pie, I finally had some leftover curry in the house and enough motivation to give it a go.
1. Preheat oven to 200C.
2. Grease and flour two mini pie tins, and line with shortcrust pastry.
3. Cover the bottom of the piecrust with a thin layer of [...]
[ 17 June, 2010 8:00 pm to 1 July, 2010 8:00 pm. ] Hi Rioters.
My first post, but I think an important one. The CA Brumbies are auctioning the jerseys they wore on the night they beat the Queensland Reds. CA donated the naming rights to OzHarvest Canberra and the jerseys are now up for auction. We rely completly on the people of Canberra and Queanbeyan to keep [...]
Here’s the original story about the Inner North Community Fair.
Got some more details about who and what you can see at this event. It’s on Sunday 16 May from 11am til 3pm at Hawdon Oval in Dickson. It’s organised by the ACT Department of the Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water to promote awareness of [...]
I have developed an addiction.
Something about the Hughes Bakery keeps me going back far more times than is really good for my waistline or my cholesterol levels. I am prepared to run the gauntlet of lycra clad cyclists in order to reach the counter and place an order.
I am even willing to weave my [...]
It’s my turn to cook and i can’t be arsed leaving the couch.
Anyone know of any restaurants delivering yummy food (northside)?
rioters, i have the task of arranging a couple day meeting with some international guests and this includes organising lunches and morning/arfternoon teas.
so, who is the best caterer in town to get the gig? what do they do and why should i consider them?
Invitation to the Narrabundah Community Festival 2010
Sat 13th March 2010 at the Narrabundah Shops, Iluka St, Narrabundah 12 noon to 4pm
A reunion of previous residents of the Workman’s Suburb of Narrabundah a.k.a. The prefabs, demountable area, lower Narrabundah, the fibros, nappy valley, rainbow valley
Old Narrabundah Community Council (ONCC Inc) invites you to attend our festival [...]
Can anyone tell me somewhere I can buy good quality bulk chocolate in bulk in Canberra?
The only places (specialty food shops) I can find charge and arm and a leg.
Any help greatly appreciated.
In anticipation of Christmas, can anyone tell me the best place and time/day to buy fresh oysters in Canberra (preferably northside)?
Thanks in advance!
Heading down to Brodburger tonight I was dismayed to see a sign on the little red van that they have been told they will have to leave Bowen Park by the middle of next year.
They have started a petition so if you have had a good burger from down there or just like seeing lit [...]
I am looking for a good cake decorator in Canberra – something other than Michel’s and your standard cake shop.
Does anyone know of a reputable company or person in Canberra who can be employed for a few hours to make cocktails for a private function?
Does anyone know a butcher in Canberra who sells kebab/yiros/shawarma meat which I can BBQ at home? Catering for about 40 people.
I’m relatively new to Canberra and need to urgently find a shop that sells pre-made vegetarian lasagnes. I’ve tried Coles and Woolworths, but they only sell beef lasagnes.
Any advice would be much appreciated.
Right hive-mind, I need some recommendations!
A bunch of my feral hippie friends are coming to Canberra for the mega homebirth rally on Monday 7 September at Parliament House.
We’re looking for places to eat with our kids on Sunday and Monday night, right in the city centre (not general inner north, I need true CBD).
Now, despite [...]
I go to the Southside Farmers Market every Sunday morning, and thought some of the readers here might like to know what’s there or what’s changed recently (other than the usual fruit & veg in season).
* Capra Goats Cheese come up from Gippsland in Victoria. They’re not there every week, but do come once or [...]