Bookplate: At the National Library
Situated in the National Library of Australia, with views of the Lake Burley Griffin shore, Bookplate offers a truly unique Canberran dining experience.
Bookplate and outdoor dining area, ex libris offer an exciting array of tempting foods to please all tastes from snack foods to light lunches, affordable specials, delicious cakes, pastries and quality coffee.
Bookplate is the ideal place to have your wedding, corporate function, convention or just come and relax over cake and coffee with friends. Their café is situated in the Library's marble foyer, surrounded by the famous Leonard French stained glass windows.
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELER RATING
Ranked #205 of 683 Places to Eat in Canberra on TripAdvisor
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELER REVIEWS
Reviewed on 7 Oct 2015
I went to the Bookplate cafe with three friends for Sunday lunch - we ordered an Asian pork salad, a Moroccan roast vegetable salad and a breakfast basket. We found the food very bland - in fact, it...
Reviewed on 5 Oct 2015
I was footsore, thirsty and hungry. However, I did not want the clatter and food smells that so often accompany many cafes- they really are only 'tricked up' cafeterias of old. This place was much...
Reviewed on 4 Oct 2015
This was our first time back since the new owners took over. Same lovely ambience for a Sunday lunch but what a change in the menu. Gone are the sandwiches and wraps (if you just wanted something...
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