Quality Hotel Dickson
Corner Cape & Badham Street
Canberra, AC 2602
Phone: (61) 2 62474744
Fax: (61) 2 62474455
Corner Cape & Badham Street, Canberra, AC, AU, 2602
- Phone: (61) 2 62474744
- Fax: (61) 2 62474455
El Dorado's is a versatile place offering contemporary and traditional dinning experience. With a warm, friendly environment, spacious seating, simple decor and licensed bar, dining here is fun. The menu has a huge selection, including a kid's menu. There are daily blackboard specials amongst the standard bistro fare of schnitzels, roasts, soups, pastas, seafood, and steak dishes. Be tempted by the succulent Fillet Mignon. Check website to know more.
Pho Phu Quoc has gone a long way to make casual dining a great experience. Featuring live, soft music every Saturday night in a cozy environment with simple and pleasant decor, Pho Phu Quoc offers a lovely, fuss-free dining event. Most nights the restaurant is bustling with people. Boasting the most authentic Vietnamese style cuisine in town, the menu has many delicacies like Satay Chicken, Bean Curd with Lemon Grass and Chilli, and the famous Wok-fried Noodles.
This popular, busy and delightful place serves up traditional Thai cuisine with no msg. Oriental decor and furnishings adorn the interior, which is a pleasant and modern environment-all topped off with great service. The food is prepared quickly and there is a range of soups, curry, meat, duck, rice, vegetables, noodles and salad dishes to choose from. Popular meals include red chicken curry and Masman curry. The prices are pretty reasonable, wallet-friendly. The restaurant caters to both Lunch and Dinner.
Belluci's is full of life, warmth and laughter. Featuring a licensed bar, a wood fired oven and outside seating, this is a wonderful dining experience. The atmosphere is romantic, cozy and fun. The menu includes pizzas like Australiana and Sardenia and pastas such as fettucine al pesto. A big wine list features a full range of Italian wines and imported beers. Deserts include the incredible frozen after dinner mint ice cream.Open daily with different lunch and dinner timings.
The new owners, who have recently refurbished Mai Hoa, will make you feel welcome with great food and friendly service. It is a modern and stylish restaurant with cozy tablecloths and comfortable chairs. Typical Vietnamese dishes can be found here, such as Pan Fried Pork with King Prawns. As an entree, try the Rice Paper Rolls, which will melt in your mouth. The Vietnamese Fondue, a combination soup with Chicken, Pork, King Prawns, Squid and Fish Balls, is another specialty.
Situated in Dickson, Two Sisters Lao Thai Cuisine is a lovely place to eat and watch the world from the large windows. The decor is light, elegant and modern with a happy atmosphere. The menu features many offerings such as Yum Neua and Green Curry. Weekend bookings are essential for this popular place.
Hudsons is a little cafe/delicatessen located in the hub of Dickson's shopping area. Hudson's has a real "New York deli" feel to it, with its warm, busy atmosphere and checkerboard floor. There are tables indoors or you can dine at the large outdoor eating area. Hudsons serves up great lunch treats and savories. Not to be missed are the amazing savory tarts and the filo wrapped chicken and asparagus. They also have a wonderful selection of cakes and a range of gourmet foods and condiments.
With parking at the door, as well as great food and the best prices, one cannot ignore the brilliance of Ruby Chinese. Nestled in popular Woolley Street, Ruby has a lovely atmosphere, with Chinese style decorations, modern furniture and friendly staff. The menu is large and food is served quickly. House specialties include Honey Prawns, Scallops with Garlic Sauce, and beef with the Chef's own special sauce.
Tak Kee Roast Inn was the first Chinese barbecue restaurant to open in Canberra and remains a popular spot for the local community. Simple decor with no fancy trimmings creates a very pleasant, casual dining experience. Barbecue dishes, noodles in soup, rice, congee and dry noodles feature on the menu. Fresh, exotic meals include jellyfish on toast trotter, lettuce and sliced fish, and roast duck and rice.
Dickson Asian Noodle House is a busy place that is well known for super quick service and delicious, authentic Asian food. The scene inside is simple and pleasant, set in a cosy, soothing mint green environment. Dishes include offerings from Thailand, Malaysia and Laos with a great menu variety. The Noodle House is famous for its laksa (especially the duck laksa), or try the special chilli mud crab. Terrific value for money.
New Asia is a small and neat restaurant which welcomes you to taste its delicious Chinese cuisine. It is a chirpy and cheerful eatery with red chairs, white tables and painted vases. The food is divine, authentic and fresh. Try their Crispy Fragrant Duck, Yu Xiang Pork, Egg Plant Hot Pot, Shantung Lamb or Shantung Chicken! Call for further information.
What could be heartier than a warm meat pie? Elaine's Gourmet Pies has brought the humble Australian favorite into a completely new realm. Featuring a menu, which includes country chicken, cheese and bacon, and even a range of tasty vegetarian pies, there is something affordable here for everyone's lunch break. There are also a few other pastries to choose from and drinks that will make your meal complete.