We’ve had all manner of street-food outlets pop up across Canberra. Somehow the humble noodle bar has escaped gentrification to some sort of higher form. That might have changed with the arrival of Sydney-based Soi Noodles throwing open its rather large doors to Canberrans last week, armed with a dash of Double Bay deliciousness. Read the rest of this entry »
Here at The Canberran, we’re more than a little partial to exploring the latest dining trends and trailing a targeted tastebud over recent wine releases.
However, sometimes all you need is a bit of comfort food – something that is fast and filling and great value – and there are few places in Canberra that do this any better than Yarralumla’s Halal Turkish Pide House. If you are a recent Canberran who is yet to discover local institution, you’re having it for dinner tonight.
Burgers. Seemingly, these stalwarts of the takeaway set follow a fairly simple set of rules: essentially meat and three veg (with a bit of sauce) wedged between a couple of bits of bread. In recent times however, the idea of the humble burger as a meal of convenience has been transformed to something a little more ‘gourmet’. To compare and contrast, The Canberran examined four of our fair city’s burger vendors – two traditional sites and two of the new kids on the block.