Coming across a city’s hidden gems whilst travelling can be the best fun but it takes a lot of time and luck!
We want to help you find Canberra’s and give you a few more reasons to visit and experience the magic our city has to offer.
When it comes to hidden cafes, there are three we think are exceptional little treasures:
39 Steps in O’Connor is a charming and cosy café, offering great coffee and a brand new menu that boasts a wide selection from pizza and pasta to burgers, salads and steaks!
Café Momo – Bruce’s secret café is tucked away among the trees and greenery that adds a sweet ambience to the delightful breakfast and lunchtime meal visits.
A Bite to Eat in Chifley is a three-time Delicious Magazine winner and not to be missed! Whether you’re up for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this healthy café has everything you need, especially if you prefer free range and organic meals.
In regards to restaurants, we’ve uncovered these gems for you to check out:
The Duxton in O’Connor is where the cool kids go to escape the busy city and still receive great food, talent-filled live acts and a chilled atmosphere.
Pulp Kitchen in Ainslie is a casual European brasserie, hidden in the trees of the leafy suburb. Their aim is to provide delicious bistro-style food, in a comfortable and relaxed setting which they certainly achieve.
Lanterne Rooms in Campbell, offers an innovative take on South-East Asian dishes, presented in an airy and light-filled space that takes you on a journey to an Asian paradise.
Treat yourself and your loved ones by exploring Canberra’s hidden food scene for a weekend (or two)!
We’ve got the rooms to match the fantastic dining experience that awaits you!