U 1 9 Lonsdale St Braddon 2612, Canberra
2 Cape Street NaN, Canberra
I had fun here. Nice food service was good
17 Garema Pl Canberra City 2601, Canberra
Been going here regularly for years, consistently the best chinese restaurant I've been to. Prawn toast is superb, satay chicken, mongolian beef, chilli beef are all excellent. Service is also good, although the dishes are brought out a bit fast sometimes on busy nights. Brilliant place.
10 Woolley St 2602, Canberra
Our local fave and definitely a hidden gem in Dickson. Whether you crave. Bowl of soup wonton, or the best roast duck in Canberra. This is your place!
U1/38 Weedon Close 0, Canberra
Cheap, and very good food. My Vietnamese friend says that he would even consider taking his mother there, which is a testament to its authenticity. Fast service, large portions, not sure what else you could ask for.
16 West Row Melbounrne Building 2601, Canberra
The best Korean hotpot in Canberra. Really enjoyed! Definitely will come back!
110 Hibberson Street Gungahlin 2912, Canberra
Fantasic my favourite gunghalin place to eat
Woolley Street Dickson 0, Canberra
We went for Yum Cha and waited for about 40 minutes before being seated. It's not possible to book small tables around lunchtime. If you do go, try and book if possible, this restaurant is extremely popular, especially around lunchtime. Otherwise arrive well before you plan to eat. The food is pretty standard, but makes up for it with an amazing variety of dishes. However this is quickly negated by the cost of the dishes, with small dishes around $6.80 to fancy dishes for $10.8 each. This makes Yum Cha much more expensive than it should be. That said, this is Canberra. Presumably due to demand, this restaurant is packed with tables leaving very little area to wait and move around. The service was decent once we were seated, but requests for particular dishes too a while.
Shop 77-78 71 Giles St Kingston Foreshore 2604, Canberra
Great cuisine nice ambience and good service
40 Marcus Clarke St 2601, Canberra
Never had Chinese food like this in Canberra before. Food was authentic and delicious, service was friendly and fast! Highly recommended!
15 Woolley St 2602, Canberra
Good serving sizes and generous with the meat. Dim sums were lovely and staff quite welcoming.
18 Woolley St 2602, Canberra
Went on a whim with my mum, we had firecracker beef and tea smoked crispy chicken. They were both delicious, and the green tea was very good. The food is expensive, especially given the area the restaurant is in, but I felt like I got my moneys worth. The restaurant itself is beautiful, and the staff were friendly and attentive without being pushy or overbearing.
11 Kennedy St 2604, Canberra
Lovely place, delicious food and friendly staff.
9/19 Brierly St 2611, Canberra
Their chinese barbecue meats are pretty good!! Recommend the char siu
We were lucky enough to get a table on the opening night, and wow! What they have done with the space, the bar list and the menu is amazing. The vibe and design of the space is fresh and funky, with interesting touches throughout. There are large communal tables for groups, and intimate, comfortable booth seating for something a little more private. The staff are really friendly, as were the owners who were eager to chat and receive feedback on the night. The food is a wonderful take on Asian fusion, with flavours and textures that play well together and help to enhance the overall dish. We ordered the wagyu cheesesteak spring rolls which were out-of-this-world good and completely melted in your mouth. The tacos had really nice flavours and we loved the nori 'taco shell', although quite greasy. The sweet potato was very salty on its own, but combined with everything it really worked and will be something we'd order again. The bao-gers were ridiculously good, but be warned, you'll probably have to go back for seconds! The 'buns' along with the perfectly cooked pork, crackling and slaw are all delicious. The mushroom skewers with peanut sauce were alright. The mushroom was cooked well and the sauce had potential, however, was extremely salty. The kimchi rice was another perfectly cooked dish, however, extremely salty as well. By the end of the meal the saltiness was quite overwhelming. That said, it was the opening night and we'd definitely be back to try more items, and see how the menu gets refined and is evolved. The drinks list is exciting and a refreshing change from other establishments in the area. They have an amazing list of whisky to choose from, and you won't be disappointed by their sake and wine offerings. Overall, Lazy Su is definitely worth checking out.