The recent, brilliantly organised and executed, national food bloggers conference, was an excellent opportunity to meet and fall in love with some of Canberra’s best food experiences.
Launching at the Hamlet on Lonsdale Street, Braddon, generous and gracious hosts showcased much that this friendly, relaxed collection of street food stalls has to offer.
Broddogs offered a selection of their smaller sized Brodpups…..
…..Mr Papa Peruvian Street Food their delicious pork belly sandwich…..
…..Spit Shack treated bloggers to their 2 foot King Roll and smaller samples of their yummy pork and lamb rolls….
…Fillos were generous with their souvlaki…
…Custom Pizza prepared a selection of their wood fired favourites….
…Mr Morris had some gorgeously decorated donuts…
….Little Dreams wonderful macaroons…
….Thomas from the Brathaus was full of fun and encouraged bloggers to enjoy his meats and sausages…
( Thomas and his family also turned up to serve breakfast all weekend, a true host!)…
….Pie Day teamed their melt in the mouth pastry with mushy peas….
…April’s Caravan served wonderful milkshakes and waffles….
…But perhaps the very best of all were the Katti Rolls from Binny’s Kathitto, traditional Indian street food…
The Hamlet is the perfect place to grab a table, BYO ( glasses too), and collect and gather a selection of good value, wide ranging options to share ( just bring a sharp knife) and enjoy as a group.
But do leave space for icecream from The Frugii Dessert Factory, the very best in Canberra. John lovingly creates new flavour experiences like Passionfruit Pavlova, Cardamom and Lemon Myrtle, to delight customers.
His passion for great icecream is infectious. Great value at $5 for a small serve with two flavours.
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Great post and great photographs Michele 😀
Great to see this sort of venue!
wasn’t it fun? and sooo much food. they did us proud.
This is a great post Michele, I love your photos! The Hamlet was a bit of a (delicious) foodie blur to me, so it’s very useful to reflect on the detail in your post! Thanks also for the link love. 🙂
And so much fun to share it all with fellow blogging friends!
Lovely photos! and thank you for the link love!
My tummy is still full!