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The main challenge reading down the one-page menu is choosing what not to have, so take a decent group to make life easy.
Most of all, it is an exciting place to eat, a place you will want to share with family and friends.
It has stuck to the plan, offering a style of gutsy Malaysian-Chinese based food and reaching much wider for new influences in the way dishes are approached and presented, all wrapped in a very smart set-up and excellent service.
As part of the Chairman Group it shares the same theme – refined and super hardworking, with very good food, an emphasis on service, a stylish Asian twang and great individuality.
Owner Nick Smith (pictured above) has created a breezy venue with nooks and crannies, and a wine list filled with the unusual and interesting.
Despite only a tiny kitchen, chef Ian Poy manages to produce a tasty mix of bar snacks and changing dinner mains.
While fully fledged dinner isn't necessarily the venue's point, a classy drink will often lead to a proper sit down.
Owner Tasso Rovolis and his team are full of knowledge to navigate the wine list - a serious document - and chef Mathilde Pomies cooks up classic dishes, executed perfectly.
The wine bar on Northbourne Avenue has high-quality European-style food teamed with dangerously good wine.It remains atop Canberra's restaurant scene, with its two Don't be confused by the name - Bar Rochford is much more than a bar.The 2016 newcomer is a chilled out watering hole in a lofty upstairs spot in the Melbourne Building - be careful not to miss the entrance, marked by a little R on a door next to Lemongrass.The buzzy joint, owned by Peter and Michael Harrington, pumps out fun food - steamed buns, dumplings, fried chicken, and noodles - washed down with colourful cocktails.This year they put some of their menu into the hands of their customers, running 'The People's Dumpling' competition on the search for four new eclectic dumpling flavours.
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