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Braised lamb shank, slow cooked with mashed potato, vegetables, red wine and braising jus casserole.
Individualistic Mediterranean fare, which does not disappoint, awaits Canberra diners at Black Fire Restaurant on Mort Street in Braddon. A rustic industrial fit-out of exposed timber and bricks is softened with chandelier lighting and Spanish accents - like a painting of a bull and matador - while dark timber adds a stylish vibe, ideal for lingering over a meal with your special someone. From tapas plates of pan-tossed scallops, with crispy tuile, leek and potato purée and Romesco salsa, served on the shell, to seafood paella, there is something on the menu for all tastes; perhaps begin with smoked pork empanadas, watercress and cultured milk aioli. For the main affair, opt for perfectly grilled Angus tomahawk steak, roast potatoes infused with rosemary and thyme and sautéed greens.
Unit 45/38 Mort Street, Braddon 2612 ACT - See Map
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