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Such and Such restaurant in Canberra ACT. Photo of roasted dry-aged beef with tomato sauce.

Such and Such

"All of it is fun, not all of it is serious," reads the preface to Such and Such's on-the-pulse drinks list. "Also, all of it yum."
Morks restaurant Canberra, ACT. Photo of beef short ribs in a bowl with sauce poured over the top.


Morks may no longer be the well-kept secret it was when the brothers Ratanakosol took over their parents’ restaurant back in 2013, but its relevance and fandom have not waned.
Onzieme Canberra ACT dining room with timber chairs, tables and hanging pendant lights


Nothing appears to work too hard at this handsome 30-seater.
Bar Rochford in Canberra ACT dish of  steamed snapper fillet sauced in smoked crème fraîche

Bar Rochford

Bar Rochford may have started as a wine bar with humble ambitions, but it has evolved into what many would call the capital's defining hangout.
Pilot restaurant in Canberra, ACT "Hawaiian tart of 'nduja cream, fermented pineapple, tomatoes and crisp salami in a peppery pastry shell.


At Canberra's Pilot, there's boatloads of ambition at every turn.


Canberra’s appetite for contemporary Asian-inspired food seems unquenchable, with glitzy Wilma joining the ranks of established hotspots plying updates on classic Chinese dishes and familiar flavours from the rest of the continent.


Corella might be the kind of sunny wine bar/restaurant hybrid that would feel at home anywhere in the country.