If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. To keep up with your food cravings there are these street food fairs, wine tasting events and food festivals in Canberra. For all the foodies who are avid learners; there are cooking workshops, baking workshops, cake making classes in Canberra and a lot more. You can also explore various food truck festivals happening in the Canberra.
Content your taste buds with sumptuous food. Craving for food already? Explore some amazing food events in Canberra.
No matter if you are a gourmet chef in the making, food blogger and stylist, a coffee-addict or a plain cake specialist, Canberra has some of the most delectable events lined up for you. The food in Canberra is quite varied and includes local and international cuisines and events. We shall try to quickly take you to the best pubs, restaurants, food trucks and cafes in Canberra.
If you’re burger hungry try the food trucks Canberra beginning with the chain of Hungry Jacks at Belconnen, Fyshwick, and the Canberra ACT. They are bigger and better with a lingering taste that makes you search out their unique fresh taste. Top places to have Thai food in Canberra are the Morks, Kinn Thai Resturant, Dickson Asian Noodle House, Joe’s Thai, Lemon Grass Thai Resturant, Thai Herb, Rice Tapas and many more where the original spicy flavors are best indulged in. Suffering from hunger pangs at night? Try the AKIBA for its ramen, buns, and dumplings over the weekend nights. The Mandalay bus is open late nights Wednesday to Saturday at the corner of Lonsdale and Girraween St.
Do visit the GungahlinLakes Golf Club car-park and it's famous G Spot if dim-sims, dagwood hotdogs, or spring rolls are your favorites at night. Try Kebaba who are open every late night for some Turkish modern food when the night wears you down. You can also try the Lonsdale St Zaab’s food cart for those filling BBQ skewers on weekend Friday and Saturday nights. The Polit Bar in Manuka on Franklin St is where you would head to if you wish to tone down the evening with cocktails, Italian bites, and pizzas.
Take a food walk to acquaint yourself with the annual food festival Canberra food events like Canberra wine tours Live by the Vines at Mount Majura Vineyard for wine tasting, The Canberra Craft Beer and Cider Festival held at the corner of Limestone Avenue Braddon and Ainslie, the Eucalyptus Dye Workshop at the National Eucalyptus Day event at the Australian National Botanic Gardens, the Canberra Harvest Festival at the Canberra Environment Centre, the truffle hunting and menus of fresh black truffles from NSW and ACT, and the Canberra night noodle markets at Reconciliation Place with its repertoire of Churken, Shallot Thai, Chur Burger, Mr Bao, Hoy Pinoy, Bangkok Street Food and more are events on the food in Canberra the foodies can never have enough of.
When you just have sufficient time to grab a few cookery classes try the cooking classes Canberra at Lazy Su. Besides learning to cook better, you pick up the finer points of tasting the food and the ravishing red and white wines of Australia. If you would like to find the one-stop place for all the food-related events from cooking classes to food festivals in Canberra, visit AllEvents and discover the world of food, theatre, fine arts and more.