Exploring some of Canberra’s best foodie haunts Part 2- At Westside with Eat Drink Blog 2015

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Following in the footsteps of the Hamlet is Westside at the Acton end of Commonwealth Bridge.

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Offering different cuisines to the Hamlet, but in a similar style, Westside is also a great summer spot to head with a group, your wine, glasses and a few dollars. Set up some folding in a nice position overlooking the lake and pick up a range of interesting foods from the friendly street food stalls, to split and share.

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Or if you haven’t come prepared, just grab a table and a glass of wine from the Aviary bar on the top level.

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Habibiz offers Mediterranean food and Limey’s…Gelato.

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The One has some good looking soft Thai pork and beef tacos $12…..

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The Fish Can‘s menu includes tempura prawns and sweet potato chips $13…

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….some delicious Bao like prawn, fish, and soft shelled crab $13.50 in a surf pack….

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….and perhaps even better chicken and pork belly Bao for around $4.30-$4.50 each…

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….also they offer a Mars Bar Bao and Tempura Tofu Bao…

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The sweet Bao Fries $3.50 with condensed milk glaze and black sesame are very morish.

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Miss Van’s has an excellent Ginger Chicken, Vermicelli noodles and fresh herbs Vietnamese salad $12 in a generous size, and it is also famous for it’s Banh Mi.

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Daana is serving up some great South Indian Street foods like the, hard to find idli, Vada, dosa and Uttapam according to Jude and Travel and Beyond.
A great place for families with younger children as parking is easy and free there’s plenty of space to run around nearby.

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