Cafe Restaurants Canberra
Cafe Restaurants Canberra. Review by popular location, cuisine, features, map & book direct with the venue of your choice.
Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Canberra has some of the best Cafe dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Cafe Restaurants in Canberra.
The Deck at Regatta Point
The Deck at Regatta Point is Canberra’s most picturesque café and function venue. Located on Barrine Drive in Parkes the Deck overlooks Lake Burley Griffin, The National Gallery, Parliament House and the Great Dividing Range. The Deck offers a relaxed café experience during the day and is available for private functions during the evening. Overlooking Lake Burley Griffin and Commonwealth Park, The Deck at Regatta Point is Canberra’s most picturesque venue. It boasts Canberra’s most amazing views and comprises both an indoor and outdoor aspects, complimented by floor to ceiling glass that literally fills the venue with natural light. It‘s the perfect space for weddings and corporate events alike, with stunning lakeside sunsets creating the perfect backdrop. The Deck offers modern surrounds and versatility when it comes to its capacity to handle all types of events and occasions. It is ideally suited to hosting weddings, birthday celebrations, corporate dinners and cocktail parties. The Deck is renowned for delivering personalised service, designing tailored events that always exceed client expectations and leave lasting memories.
Silo is also a café serving breakfast and lunch, and was the 2006 Restaurant & Catering national breakfast restaurant. The breakfast menu and lively atmosphere make Silo a destination for the local or the visitor, with favourites such as chilli jam on fried eggs and tomatoes, piperade with grilled chorizo or asparagus bruschetta (spring only). Breakfast pastries or the rhubarb confit on brioche pudding (winter only) provide a sweet alternative. The highly innovative lunch menu reflects fresh seasonal produce, the bakers oven and the cheeseroom. Slow braised meats, tarte flamiche (a pastry with leeks and washed rind cheese) and soups dominate the winter menus, while the warmer months give rise to Mediterranean-inspired lighter food although still with strong flavours, such as Toulouse sausage with oysters. Three types of pizza are also available such as the mushroom pizza with salsa di noci and blue cheese (autumn and winter only). For a more casual lunch, antipasto, vegetable pates or cheese plates are served with bread. The lunch menu changes monthly.