Canberra pangs

7 Aug

I arrived to Canberra a few days ago, and while I’d like to see various museums, parks and monuments…I’ll be honest, finding the best places to eat is my biggest interest.

I’ve been in Melbourne the last few months, the Australian mecca for foodies and coffee snobs, and perhaps I’ve been a bit spoiled.  Melbourne offers an eclectic café culture and affordable, creative restaurants, which leave you feeling like you’ve died and gone to food heaven.

In short, Melbourne knows what’s up.  I hope Canberra does too.  I have a large appetite and a caffeine addiction which need to be satisfied.

I love writing, eating and coffee-drinking, and it’s finally occurred to me that I should combine these interests, giving way to yet another food blog.

I’m going to be consuming a lot in Canberra, and I invite you to join me!


2 Responses to “Canberra pangs”

  1. buildingmybento August 7, 2012 at 3:45 pm #

    Why do you reckon Melbourne is more of a culinary paradise than Sydney? Does Sydney have an equivalent to Queen Victoria Market?

    • dileggcm August 7, 2012 at 6:58 pm #

      I don’t think it’s necessarily more of a culinary paradise, I’m saying from what I read and experienced, there’s a lot more critics in Melbourne. I haven’t spent nearly as much time in Sydney as I have Melbourne, but from what I did see, there isn’t the same cafe culture. I think eating well is more obtainable in Melbourne, as there’s plenty of cheaper options.

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