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Where to find deep-fried Mars Bars in Canberra?

By antman - 15 May 2012 34

Apart from making your own, does anyone know any cafe/restaurant/caravan that sells them?

The G-Spot no longer exists (the only place I knew that did sell them).

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34 Responses to
Where to find deep-fried Mars Bars in Canberra?
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far_northact 6:43 pm
15 May 12
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I’m pretty sure G spot is still open (weds – sun from memory)..

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Pvok 6:55 pm
15 May 12
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“The G-Spot no longer exists”

Surely you aren’t referring to the G-Spot in Gungahlin that is open:

Wednesday : 6pm-12am
Thursday : 6pm-1am
Friday/Saturday :6pm-3am
http://www.thegspot.com.au/

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DrKoresh 6:56 pm
15 May 12
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The G-spot never existed, it is a myth!

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BobGrrl 6:57 pm
15 May 12
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Many years ago I recall having one at the fish and chip shop at the Lyneham shops. Many many years ago though.

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smcphill 7:07 pm
15 May 12
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@BobGrrl: that is now a turkish pide / kebab shop. I don’t think Mamas (the name of said takeaway) has been open for 7 years or so!

No way Mamas would have made it through the recent health blitz, funny just thinking about it

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semaj 7:29 pm
15 May 12
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The Fish Shack in Civic do them. They’re good, in an artery hardening kind of way….

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poetix 7:48 pm
15 May 12
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What do you particularly like about deep-fried Mars Bars, OP? I am asking quite seriously.

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buzz819 7:51 pm
15 May 12
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Try Palmerston shops, they are apparently the ones that started making them in Canberra…

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DrKoresh 8:40 pm
15 May 12
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if you bring your own Mars down to Flatheads and offer the boss a couple buck they might do it for you.

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andym 8:53 pm
15 May 12
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+1 Lyneham Shops takeaway, again many years ago, but I recall a sign saying that they would pretty much batter and deep fry whatever you wanted.
A friend and I travelled at lunchtime from Barton to the fabled establishment to sample their wares. We didnt bother to return once our hearts started beating again.

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gentoopenguin 9:56 pm
15 May 12
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Pvok said :

Pvok said :

“The G-Spot no longer exists”

Surely you aren’t referring to the G-Spot in Gungahlin that is open:

Wednesday : 6pm-12am
Thursday : 6pm-1am
Friday/Saturday :6pm-3am
http://www.thegspot.com.au/

Pvok said :

Pvok said :

“The G-Spot no longer exists”

Surely you aren’t referring to the G-Spot in Gungahlin that is open:

Wednesday : 6pm-12am
Thursday : 6pm-1am
Friday/Saturday :6pm-3am
http://www.thegspot.com.au/

The G-Spot is open, it’s just that men have a hard trouble finding it and won’t stop to ask for directions…

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I-filed 10:14 pm
15 May 12
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Mully for this month. No contest!

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Martlark 10:15 pm
15 May 12
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Deep fried mars bars are amongst the most disgusting foods in the world.

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lizw 7:47 am
16 May 12
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Palmerston takeaway hasn’t made them in years. The G spot van is still in the car park at the golf club, so I’m assuming it’s still operating.

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boredPS 8:06 am
16 May 12
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Chapman takeway at the shops does, my overweight neighbours always get them, I don’t see the appeal but then again I have never had one, rather not have a tub of lard sitting in my stomach all day.

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