Kingston Foreshore

Saturday night dinner @ Morks

I finally got to try out one of Mork’s signature dishes on Saturday night. The Angel Prawns. I’d seen these back in their Florey location but they weren’t part of the tasting menu I was trying out, so I was eager to go back for them. At $24 for this entree of 6 prawns, it […] Read more…

Morks now open at the Kingston Foreshore

Morks has opened its doors at the Kingston Foreshore. Luckily it looks like a much bigger space than their previous Florey spot. Located next door to C Dine Bar, there is outdoor dining available too. There are four items on their weekend brunch menu such as congee, and poached eggs with a Thai twist. Brunch […] Read more…

Brunch @ C Dine Bar

I headed back to C Dine Bar with some friends on a sunny Spring morning. I’d already tried out their $25 breakfast prefix menu a few weeks ago, but was keen to try it again. As it was such a beautiful day, we sat outside. The wooden benches were long and made comfortable with cushion […] Read more…

$25 breakfast prefix at C Dine Bar

The breakfast prefix menu at C Dine Bar provides a 2 course menu where you can choose what you would like in each course. It also includes an amuse bouche as a starter. I think this is the only venue in Canberra to offer a breakfast prefix. Love the idea! The amuse bouche was a […] Read more…

C Dine Bar at the Kingston Foreshore

I had been eagerly awaiting the opening of this restaurant for months. The first to open on the Kingston Foreshore, C Dine Bar specialises in steak and seafood. We went for dinner during opening week. The restaurant is near the water and will be popular in summer when it opens up its foldable glass doors. […] Read more…