The District

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Tales of a Confectionist investigates The District. Make sure you follow her blog for more tasty investigation.

TALES OF A CONFECTIONIST

Who knew, tucked away in the suburbs that The District existed, but I guess that’s what the place needs since the Gungahlin area is expanding so rapidly. We couldn’t get a table til 8pm and when I went in, I realised why. Number 1: it is very popular and number 2: they have very limited seated when it is cold and no one wants to sit outside.

I made a rookie mistake and ate a very large snack to keep me going to dinner time but instead it probably limited my stomach space and therefore limited my choices on what we tried from the menu.

The District is a versatile place that welcomes friends and families in a casual environment which has a menu to suit everyone and a lot of drink specials at the bar.IMG_4355.JPGIMG_4354.JPGIMG_4353.JPGLight starters~

Creamy garlic prawns with steamed rice ($15.90). Probably not the best…

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One thought on “The District

    shenANNAgans said:
    September 13, 2014 at 8:42 am

    Long way for me to go to try this place out. But good to know if I ever cross the border, especially if they have a menu to suit everyone. 🙂

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