Eat St

Dickson upholds a long-standing reputation as Canberra’s foodie mecca, attracting crowds from all over the city. But DKSN plans to raise these culinary stakes even higher by drawing on the world’s most enticing culinary styles and bringing them altogether in one exciting zone: Eat Street.

Here there are no rules. A five star internationally acclaimed Japanese restaurant can sit aside a street hawker selling noodles. A gastro pub crowd can mingle with people queuing up for the best dumplings in town. It’s all about the flavour and the fusion; the hustle and the bustle. This is what will make Eat Street the buzziest spot in Canberra.

With more than 20 restaurant opportunities and talks underway with some big local, national and even international names, stay tuned for more news on Eat Street…

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