20+ new places to eat and drink in Canberra – HerCanberra

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Canberra has exploded out of lockdown, and it seems like there’s a new place to eat and drink pretty much every day. Want to get amongst it? Here’s the latest scoop on all things food and drink!
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The theme of this funky new restaurant is “Old Ways meets New Traditions”, which is emblazoned on the menu, best described as New Asian. Think spring rolls of wild mushrooms, palm heart, and vermicelli, grilled king prawn with tomato curry and shellfish oil, and a dessert of Vietnamese coffee salted caramel, condensed milk ice cream, wild rice and cacao nib…yum.
Shop 4, 113-119 Marcus Clarke Street Civic | missvans.com
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Craving some Italian fare at a Riviera-style restaurant? L’Americano is the place to go.  It brings an Espresso Bar, Campari Bar and Modern Italian trattoria menu to the busy spot on Bunda Street within Canberra Centre’s design precinct, perfect for a beautiful meal with friends or family.  
148 Bunda Street Civic | lamericano.com.au/canberra
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Good news foodies: a new location and a brunch menu to go along with it has Tinker Tailor bringing more handmade goodies to Canberra! Known for their delicious coffee and constantly evolving menus of fresh pastries, pies and sandwiches, pop in and enjoy. 
4 Henshall Way, Macquarie | @tinkertailor_cbr 
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Officially open, the essence of Onzieme Restaurant is very much enshrined in its name – the back streets of the eleventh arrondissement in Paris where a whole strip of bistros hug the canal side of the Left Bank. Promising a very bespoke experience for diners who will choose from an ever-changing menu written on a clear glass wall, there will be plenty of delicious items to try. 
 5/39 Kennedy Street Kingston | onzieme.com.au
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Serving up authentic Japanese Ramen in the heart of the city, Tenkomori Ramen House is the place to go for tasty delights. Choose from warm ramen, curries and rice bowls!
Retail 07, 220 London Cct, Canberra | @tenkomoricbr
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While they might be known for delicious coffees surrounded by elegant items, Emporium Espresso is now shifting to Italian heritage. Specialising in fresh, homemade and traditional Italian food, dig into a Sfogliatella and enjoy! 
1 Lyell St, Fyshwick | dosemporium.com
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Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked bread, pies or pastries. Husk Bakery —the local brand that went from farmer’s market to delivery truck—has opened a large dine-in shopfront in Fyshwick with plenty of goodies on the menu. Order a Big Breakfast Cob, filled with eggs any way you want them, sauteéd mushrooms, a hash brown, bacon, and house-made baked beans or indulge in delicious sweet morsels.
1/21 Iron Knob St, Fyshwick | huskbakery.com.au
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A favourite from last summer, The Boat House’s epic outdoor Armada Bar is back for 2021. Combining The Boat House’s fine dining talents with a laidback open-air lakeside setting (think: oysters and champagne), Armada Bar will be this summer’s ultimate destination for sunset sessions. Did someone say knock-off drinks with a view…?
Grevillea Park, Menindee Dr, Barton | theboathouse.restaurant/armada
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The Alby is Woden’s newest hub for all things, food, drink, fun and games. Providing a range of menus from breakfast, all-day dining, takeaway, set lunch/dinners for groups and cocktail parties, The Alby is sure to have something for everyone. 
Ground Floor, Albemarle Building, 45 Furzer Street, Phillip | @thealby_
Made with love, Sonamu Korean Restaurant is hard to go past for a delicious dine-in or takeaway option. Offering Korean teas and classic mains, it’s bringing some new charm to  Griffith shops.
 Shops, 4 Barker St, Griffith| sonamu-korean-restaurant-
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You’ve met The George Bar, now it’s time to get acquainted with the new kid on the block, The George Grill. Located in the heart of Rydges Canberra, it has delicious cocktails, live music and modern Australian flavours delivered from the grill to your plate.
 17 Canberra Ave, Forrest | rydges.com/the-george-grill/ 
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Opening opposite Woolworths in Cooleman Court, Wildflour is bringing delicious coffee, buttery croissants, flaky sausage rolls and baguettes of extraordinary quality to Weston Creek.
 Brierly St, Weston | wildflour.com.au
THIS IS NOT A DRILL– Mee’s Sushi Manuka is open again! Full of delicious sushi (nothing compare to their Cooked Tuna rolls), pop in Monday to Friday from 9:30am until 4:30pm and enjoy.
Just a little note: Mee’s Sushi Manuka is under new management and they will be trading under the Mee’s Sushi name for a few months. They will eventually become their own independent store while still delivering sushi as you know and love.
Shops, 5 Flinders Way, Griffith | facebook.com/meessushi
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Bar Beirut is not just a bar, but a Middle Eastern-Mediterranean meze restaurant too—bringing the taste of Beirut to Canberra, as well as the party. With a menu that includes Middle Eastern classics, an extensive seafood menu, wine and champagne lists and cocktails, Bar Beirut is a must visit.
25 Garema Place, Civic | barbeirut.com.au
Craving dumplings? The Dumpling Inn in Manuka is the place to go. Choose from pan fried or steamed dumplings, or order some traditional Chinese food and enjoy.
Manuka Village (inside, shop9/18/26 Furneaux St), Griffith 
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Craving an iced latte and blueberry muffin? Espresso Room is back in business at Tuggeranong, perfect for all of your caffeine needs.
South.Point Tuggeranong | espressoroom.com.au

Feeding the Canberra community and surrounds since the 2021 lockdown commenced by providing meals and grocery hampers, Garry Malhotra has opened a restaurant in Narrabundah. Every dollar you spend will help people in need and with plenty of delicious Indian food on offer, it’s the perfect opportunity to dig into the cuisine for charity.
2/61 Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah | gmhelpinghands.com
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Known for their delicious menu options and oh-so-cool vibe, this Canberra café and bakery changed the face of food in the capital in 2012 with its hand-crafted vegan menu – and with a cult following for their cinnabons alone, the announcement of their new Scullin location could not have come at a better time!
8/18 Lonsdale St, Braddon ACT | sweetbonescompany.com
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Coming soon to Civic, this bubble tea shop will have you saying “I love you machimachi” in no time. Originally opening in Sydney in 2019, the famous milk tea brand from Taiwan combines taste, comfort and art into delicious and aesthetically pleasing drinks. 
Shop 5/88 Bunda St, Canberra | machimachi.com.au
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For the love of cereal, Canberra finally will have its own cereal bar! Serving coffee, ice cream, dinner and (of course) cereal, it will be located on Dairy Road.
1 Dairy Rd, Fyshwick 

If you haven’t heard the news, we have something sad to tell you: Kokomo’s is no more.  Meet Wilma, Canberra’s first ever progressive Asian BBQ. The new restaurant launched officially on social media on Tuesday 16 November and it will be coming soon to the heart of the CBD.
But wait, that’s not where the mystery ends! Just days ago on Facebook, Kokomo’s changed their handle to The Pearl. So what is happening behind the hoarding – two venues in one? Perhaps one more casual and one fine dining? Or could The Pearl be a cocktail bar? We’ll just have to wait and see.
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