Wilma

Canberra, Canberra

Event Description

Wilma is Canberra's first progressive Asian barbeque restaurant. "Wilma is all about thoughtful dining, New Asian dishes and the technique of primitive barbecue, with an extensive menu for the serious foodie. Harvac (the company behind Akiba, Sage Dining Rooms and Loquita) wants the impressive location to be the scene for a more considered food experience." -- HerCanberra

EVENT LOCATION

Wilma

1 Genge Street

Canberra, Canberra

WHEN

Saturday, 22 June 24

AGE

60+ year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

NEED TO CANCEL AFTER REGISTERING?

Get in touch ASAP. Late cancellations and non-attendance will still incur a booking fee payment of $39.

EVENT LOCATION

Wilma

1 Genge Street

Canberra, Canberra


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