pizza

Lunch and brewery tour @ Little Creatures Brewing – Fremantle

I thought it would be good to take J to Little Creatures Brewing in the gorgeous town of Fremantle. The brewery is split into a great hall, brew house, Creatures Nextdoor, and the deck so there’s plenty of space to find a seat and enjoy a beer. We entered the great hall holding several vats […] Read more…

FPJ’s Top Canberra Eats of 2016

Another year has flown by. Reflecting back on my posts, it’s time to pick out my top eats for 2016. In no particular order: Pod Food Pod Food can really do no wrong with their amazing fresh produce, lovely setting and excellent service. It never disappoints. I enjoyed a degustation dinner at Pod Food earlier […] Read more…

Social & Co – Civic

Replacing what was Tosolini’s in Civic is newly opened Social & Co. The inside looks like a relaxed spacious bistro area with a large bar. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can see all food options in the one menu. The cuisine is a mix of Mediterranean/Italian with items like lamb souvlaki skewers, a […] Read more…

Secret/not so secret backyard pizza @ Pizza Arte

Did you know that in Kingston, there is a house where you can buy pizza from its backyard? Okay, so backyard pizza sounds a little dodgy, but it’s completely legit. Pizza Arte has been open for 17 years, first opening its backyard in 1999, and has since been run by the same Romanian family. They […] Read more…

Pizza @ Walter G’s Pizza Obsession

*I dined as a guest of Walter G’s, however all opinions are my own. Opening up just 7 weeks ago, Walter G’s Pizza Obsession in Dickson offers more Canberrans choice for their pizzas. Gluten-free, wholemeal spelt and low-carb grain free (consisting of of almond meal, linseed meal, sunflower and egg) bases are available for vegans, […] Read more…

Pizza @ Pizza Artigiana

*I was invited to dine as a guest, however all opinions are my own. I was contacted by Silvio, one of the owners of Pizza Artigiana in Macquarie, to come try their pizzas. The small eatery is tucked away behind the Jamison shops and opened in August 2015. Owning a pizzeria had been a passion […] Read more…

Lunch @ Frankies at Forde

I don’t remember how I came across gastropub Frankies at Forde, but the website menu had such a variety of food that I organised a group lunch there one weekend. There is plenty of indoor seating as well as outdoor seating out by the street and in a rear courtyard. Orders including drinks are taken […] Read more…

Molto Italian @ the Kingston Foreshore

Another new eatery to join Cinnabar, 7th and Bake, and Beef & Barley at the new end of the Kingston Foreshore, is Molto Italian. Headed by Carlo Tosolini, the same guy who owned the now closed Tosolini’s in Civic, I couldn’t help but go in with high expectations for decent portion sizes and lots of […] Read more…

Pizza and board games @ Guild

Canberra’s first board game restaurant, Guild, opened its doors a few weeks ago. This is exciting news for board game lovers! My fellow board gaming friends and I booked in for dinner and a board games night. Guild is tucked away nicely downstairs at Bailey’s Corner (where APK used to be next to Hogs Breath […] Read more…

Pizza @ Cork Street Cafe (Gundaroo)

My partner J and I decided to head out of Canberra and visit the Cork Street Cafe and Gallery in Gundaroo for pizza one weekend. I rang up beforehand to double check that they were open on a Sunday and made a booking while I was at it. Gundaroo is about a 35 minute drive […] Read more…