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Wendy Johnson: Food reviewer for Canberra CityNews magazine since 2004, covering stories for true foodies to digest.
Excitement hit when Super Bao opened its second venue at Verity Lane Market, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
“Diners gather around a large, round table enjoying fabulous views of the lake. It’s a set menu so life is easy. You chill and watch the world watching you having fun,” says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
“I love you.” That’s what ILY stands for and the food truly makes your heart go pitter-patter, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
Cork & Glass brings an ever-changing experience for wine connoisseurs and those who love delicious cheese and charcuterie, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
The Pelican Place has landed and is now open at the Eyre Street Market, Kingston, and Hibberson Street, Gungahlin, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Bowral Brasserie was dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON's destination on a quick getaway from the capital and, my-oh-my, she says, every dish was 'délicieux'.
Dickson Taphouse has been transformed (from the former Ducks Nuts) to create a vintage feel, and there's no surprise there's loads of beers on tap, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
Tokyo Canteen, which popped up at Eyre Street Market several months ago, is pure evidence of our passion for the flavours of Japan. It’s pumping, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
Corella Restaurant and Bar is a must-visit for those who love quality wines and innovative cuisine, says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
It’s casual but fun. Vibrant yet relaxed. And the food is amazing, writes dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.
Dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON finds herself enjoying a pizza beside the ski slopes... in the in the Dairy Road Precinct.
Canberra’s hottest new dining spot, Inka celebrates the strong relationship between Japan and Peru that stretches back as far as the 1800s, writes dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON.