Where is the Best Restaurant in Canberra?
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For those intending to visit Canberra, the city is home to a good range of restaurants representing a wide range of cuisines. Many of the restaurants that we visited are located within the CBD so you don’t have travel far to find a good meal.
Despite including the word express in its name, Killiney Kopitiam Express'
Canberra branch offers a huge selection of Singaporean dishes. While it requires a preorder, their Singaporean Chilli Crab was very delicious with the crabs cooked just right and chilli gravy that was not too spicy.
Killiney’s Singaporean Chilli Crab (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
along Binara Street is a good choice for those looking for brunch or cafe-style dishes. Their Mexican Poached Eggs provide something different from the usual breakfast options. It had smoky and spiced chorizo and poached eggs that had lovely runny yolks.
Glasshouse Café’s Mexican Poached Eggs (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
A popular hit with diners, Omi Canberra
is where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine that has a bit of a modern flair. Their Black Pepper Premium Wagyu Donburi had meltingly tender pieces of wagyu accompanied by a soft-boiled egg, edamame beans, pickled ginger and pepper sauce with a good amount of peppery flavour.
Omi Canberra’s Black Pepper Premium Wagyu Donburi (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Located within Casino Canberra, Natural Nine
is where you can enjoy delectable Asian cuisine. Their Steamed Barramundi Fillet was a joy to eat, with tender barramundi and enough sauce to ensure the fish stay moist. Ginger slices imparted a gingery flavour to the dish.
Natural Nine’s Steamed Barramundi Fillet (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
For those desiring Chinese food in a more casual setting, there is Dumpling King
at Garema Place. We particularly enjoyed the Szechuan Chilli Chicken, which had tender chunks of chicken set off by a crisp coating. It also had the characteristic tongue-numbing sensation associated with Szechuan peppercorns.
Dumpling King’s Szechuan Chilli Chicken (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Located a bit further afield, Pollen Cafe
within the Australian National Botanic Garden provides a convenient option for visitors to the garden. The Healthy Breakfast is both a unique and healthy dining option, consisting of roasted eggplants and tomatoes which still retained a bit of bite, and dukkah and za’atar for a flavoursome dish. Injera, an Ethiopian flatbread, also provided something different from the usual bread.
Pollen Café’s Healthy Breakfast (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The George Harcourt Inn
at Gold Creek Road provides a convenient dining option for visitors to the various tourist attractions in the area. Their Chicken Schnitzel notably included lemon pepper in the coating for a hint of citrus flavour and panko crumbs made it crispier than normal schnitzels. The expected chips and salad came with the dish along with your choice of sauce.
Geogre Hacourt Inn’s Chicken Schnitzel (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Other places where we have enjoyed delicious food are EQ Bakehouse
the Canberra Outlet Centre, Playing Fields Cafe
and Noodles XO
at Canberra Airport. We would like to know other places at Canberra where you have enjoyed delicious food.
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