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Cafe Tidbinbilla is now open for business


Cafe Tidbinbilla is now open for business ...
This represents a new and  exciting  chapter for Tidbinbilla and for the Parks Service.  Well known local chef Taro Rose has come onboard as Cafe Tidbinbilla’s Executive Chef. Taro has previously held head chef roles with the Lobby and Hermitage Restaurants and most recently was employed as the head chef at Lark Hill Winery.
Taro, who has a background in horticulture and organic propagation, offers a strong commitment to sourcing and promoting local produce, with a particular focus on building connections with the region’s best food suppliers. Taro is excited about bringing some exceptional food to Tidbinbilla.
Cafe Tidbinbilla feature’s quality cafe style food, locally produced espresso coffee made by trained baristas and indoor and outdoor seating offering majestic views to the valley’s diverse flora and fauna.    Cafe Tidbinbilla isn’t just a place for lunch. A range of sweets made by cooking staff at Birrigai and quality coffee sourced from Kaldi, who roast their beans weekly in Canberra is also on offer. Our baristas have been personally trained by professional Kaldi staff to ensure the best quality coffee.
The menu has been designed to cater for all tastes  from lighter nibbles, fresh cut homestead sandwiches, salads and heartier fare . These even a kids menu  !  Why not order Barbecue or picnic pack to enjoy out in the Reserve or take with you as you explore Namadgi National Park ?  Packs  available upon request.    See attached Menu.  
Brett McNamara recommends the  Mt Ginini Charcuterie Platter of cured meats and chutneys w Freshly Baked Sourdough.
Cafe Tidbinbilla  - definitely  worth a visit.


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