Cheap eats

Bao and Pao – The Fish Can and Daana @ Westside Acton

So the title sounds like onomatopoeia, but they’re actually food! The Fish Can Thanks to Tales of a Confectionist for putting the word out about the opening of The Fish Can at Westside Acton Park. The Fish Can offers what you’d normally get from a fish and chip shop including salt and pepper squid, calamari […] Read more…

Brunch @ Dinner Rush at the Kitchen

V and I recently had brunch at Dinner Rush at the Kitchen located at the Narrabundah shops. Dinner Rush is a local business offering freshly made meals that can be purchased for lunch or dinner from those that do not have the time to cook. It offers nutritious ‘fast’ food where everything is sourced from […] Read more…

Food Stalls @ The Forage

The Forage is being held this Saturday 12 September at the Old Bus Depot markets in Kingston. Don’t know what The Forage is? It’s a street style food event with food vans/stalls galore! A must visit for all the foodies out there. The Hustle and Scout markets are also part of the party so there’s […] Read more…

Indian street food @ Roleee

One of the lesser known eateries to open in the Braddon precinct, is Roleee. Offering roti wraps and rice bowls, Roleee provides an Indian twist to fast food. Choose either a roti wrap, rice bowl or salad bowl, then choose from the chicken, beef, goat or vegetarian (chickpea and paneer) options. I love the sign […] Read more…

More schnitzel @Schnitz

Fast food chain Schnitz recently opened at Westfield Woden. Offering hand made and pan cooked schnitzels, there is plenty on the menu to suit most palates. There are 14 types of schnitzel rolls/wraps to choose from, your plain schnitzel or parma with salad and chips, gourmet salads, smaller snack sized options like schnitz sticks, and […] Read more…

Lunch @ Arirang Korean

My friend V and I decided it was time to head far North-side to try out some food. It was a cold winter weekend, so hot Korean food seemed like a good idea. We walked into Arirang Korean restaurant in Gungahlin (no booking made) and there were a few spare tables available. After sitting down, […] Read more…

Mr Scroll @ Old Bus Depot Markets

On a lazy Sunday morning, I was blogging at home when my partner J, who was at the Old Bus Depot Markets, texted me a photo of a new stall Mr Scroll. I immediately raced across the road to get my scroll fix. There were 9 different types of scrolls on display that day for […] Read more…

Barrio Collective Coffee – Braddon

Over the long weekend, a friend and I headed to the newest coffee bar to open in Braddon – Barrio Collective Coffee. Located next to The Hive, the entrance is easy to miss (I walked past it a few times) before noticing the minimal signage against the glass window shopfront. Stepping inside, the coffee bar […] Read more…

‘The One’ and other food vendors @ Westside

*I dined as a guest of The One, however all opinions are my own. I was contacted by Tom Luxton, co-owner of the newest food stall to open at Westside Acton Park, to try out their popular dishes on offer. The One offers a variety of pressed buns, Thai tacos and soon chicken wings once […] Read more…

Fox & Bow Cafe re-run

Some friends and I headed back to Fox & Bow Cafe in Farrer to check out the new menu since our last visit in January. I was impressed with the menu, prices and vibe so I was keen to go back. First up, I ordered the Bruno Mars ($6.90) shake consisting of milk, chocolate gelato, […] Read more…