Restaurants

The Restaurants around Lake Ginninderra are the hidden gem. There is plenty of variety from mid-range eateries, takeaways, pubs and fast food favourites.

Indulge in No. 10 Restaurant + Bar for ingredients sourced from Canberra and the surrounding regions. Offering contemporary event and a la carte menus with a superb level of service, creating a relaxed, comfortable and professional atmosphere for any occasion – breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Kick back on Chandler Street with Moon Restaurant (Japanese fusion), Indian Bay (Tandoor), Canberra Labor Club and Chargrilled (best Pizzas in town).

Benjamin Way offers variety in Pho Hub (Vietnamese), 54 Benjamin (modern Australian), Punjabi Junction (Indian), Samiuz Ristorante & Pizzeria (middle Eastern flavours) and Ramen O (Kyushu style ramen).

Stella’s by the Lake and Asian Noodle House on Beissel Street opposite the Promenade on Lake Ginninderra are highly recommended. The views on Lake Ginninderra are amazing.

The Emu Bank Eat Street includes Asian eateries featuring Sichuan Chinese, Thai or Wokitup! Bella Vista offers a finer Italian experience, while Oporto, Hungry Jacks, Ali Baba, Zambrero, Crust Pizza and Subway all fit in-between. The Lighthouse Pub on the eastern end of the strip is open for Lunch and Dinner and on the western end the The Boardwalk Bar & Nightclub is open to the wee hours of the morning. Also on Emu Bank is McDonalds which is located opposite University of Canberra Lake Ginninderra College and the Belconnen Skate Park.

On Lathlain Street, Westfield Belconnen has a number of restaurants (Grill’d, Chong Co, Max Brenner) to tempt the taste buds and within the Belconnen Mall there are more eateries (including the Bavarian, KorBQ and Rashays) to explore.

A little further west with views back to Lake Ginninderra, Josephson Street eateries include The Hungry Buddha, Taj Agra, Kingsley’s Chicken and Turkish Kebab and Pizza.