Fox and Bow is a new-comer to the southside dining scene, having only opened four months ago at the Farrer shops but quickly making it’s mark as a top pick.
It’s a delightful addition to the Woden weekday lunch options, offering a lovely open and stylish setting that is particularly nice in good weather, but certainly will be cozy and welcoming when it becomes colder.
The welcome and hospitality of host Alex is warm and memorable. He is keen that you try his carefully prepared coffee, so much so that it’s not unusual for him to even provide a complimentary cup so you don’t miss out.
The all day brunch menu is full of well priced interesting, creative and original dishes that combine flavours, textures and colours beautifully.
Serve sizes are generous and easily shared to try a wider range of taste experiences.
There are also some good value smoothies and shakes on offer that sound and look amazing and a range of slices and cakes.
Within easy driving distance of the Woden business precinct, it is obviously already immensely popular so it’s a good idea to book ahead.
Open daily, 7am-4pm weekdays and 8am-3:30pm weekends.
El Cubano $13 – Cuban sandwich of slow cooked mojo pork shoulder, shaved ham, raclette cheese, American mustard and pickles served with a side salad – a truly delicious combination of flavours, that is way too good to only order once.
Many thanks Sweet Little Pecan $14.50 – Honey roasted sweet potato, avocado, grilled haloumi, BBQ’d corn, roast peppers, toasted pecans and lime – a wonderful combination of textures (especially the corn and pecans), flavours (particularly the haloumi) and colours