Top 5 treats you must try at the Taste of Braddon

It’s not long now until Canberrans can treat their taste buds at The District Food & Wine Frolic on the 11th & 12th of November at Haig Park, and it’s hard not to think about the local goodies on offer.

30 vendors, all from the Braddon precinct, have signed up for the weekend and an accumulated 10,000+ Facebook users have registered their interest across the two events on Facebook.

So before it all gets consumed, which Taste of Braddon treats are a must try?

Mandalay Bus – Waffle Chips

Late night snacks from The Mandalay Bus #visitcanberra open 6pm till late serving waffle cut fries, samosas and coconut noodles.

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Bentspoke – Walt & Burley Beer

The weather has really turned out for us today at @theforage! Come on down for some beer, food and fun!

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Via Dolce – Gelato from a stretch limousine

Grease Monkey – Double Greasy Burger

It's dinner time. Come get greasy. 📸@issac_eatsalot #fridaybeers #burgers #canberrafood #instagood #craftbeer #bewarethemonkey

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Zaab – Chicken Satay Skewers

These five dishes are just a taste of what’s on offer, check out the list of vendors providing a whole menu of deliciousness at both the Taste of Braddon and The District Food & Wine Frolic:

Taste of Braddon

  • Bentspoke
  • Fruitolicious Traditional Lemonades and Icy-poles
  • Grease Monkey
  • Hey Kuya
  • Lonsdale Street Roasters
  • Mandalay Bus
  • Mr Papa
  • Rolee
  • Soul Cartel
  • Via Dolce – Stretch Limousine Gelato
  • Zaab

District Food and Wine Frolic

  • Bentspoke
  • Cannoli Brothers
  • Contentious Character
  • Dionysus Winery
  • Eden Road Wines
  • Gundog Estate
  • Lark Hill Winery
  • Long Rail Gully Winery
  • Mount Majura Vineyard
  • Murrumbateman Winery
  • Pankhurst Wines
  • Poachers Pantry
  • Quarry Hill Wines
  • Shaw Vineyard Estate
  • Sholto Wines
  • Summerhill Road
  • Sweet Bones Cafe
  • The Canberra Distillery
  • The Pop In
  • The Underground Spirits