‘Exciting’ new menu welcomes diners back

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CANBERRA Southern Cross Club’s Woden Central restaurant has launched an exciting new menu to welcome customers back, says the general manager of food and beverage, Anurag Gautam.

“During the closure we used the time to be more creative with our menu, making sure we still give our customers the same great hospitality but added some elevated, healthier and fresher options to the winter menu,” he says.

“We are being more seasonal driven, with dishes such as lovely winter salads with roasted vegetables.”

More vegetarian options are also on the new menu with falafel burgers made in-house, pumpkin and sage ravioli and saffron risotto, says Anurag.

The restaurant’s regular daily specials are back, too, such as Monday’s steak night and Tuesday’s schnitzel night.

And, for football fans, one of the upstairs function rooms is being repurposed for customers to enjoy the NRL live on a big screen with casual dining options available.

Anurag says the club is working hard to ensure they create a hygienic and safe environment, at the same time offering a great atmosphere for people to get together with their families for a meal or meet up with friends to watch the footy.    

“It’s so good to get together again and see people come to the club and enjoy themselves,” he says.

Woden Central at Canberra Southern Cross Cub, 92-96 Corinna Street, Woden. Bookings are recommended on 6283 7200.

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