Eating Out in Sydney #1

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Dynamic and Modern, Sydney is a great place to eat out in, restaurants and cafes are everywhere. I don’t know how they survive!!

So 6 weeks in Sydney, that’s a lot of eating out. The variety is amazing.

IMG_2268This is Kitchen by Mike,a very successful restaurant in Alexandria, a former industrial suburb of inner Sydney, now booming with cafes,restaurants delis,bakeries and craft butchers.20 minutes lining up to get served at lunch.

Cornersmith

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In Sydney’s inner West suburbs,a cafe called CornerSmith. Serving sustainable and local produce. Locals bring in surplus produce from their gardens in exchange for Coffee or meals.Pictured below is their Ploughmans Plate, sourdough bread ,pickles made on the premises, other products sourced locally.

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CornerSmith Cafe, Marrickville, Sydney.

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Click here To view Bistrot Felix site. Classic French food that’s hard to find even in Paris.Below is their menu and their version of Salade Niçoise.

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Ester

sydney menus sydney menus  2Ester where the cooking is done in a wood fired oven. Great food, interesting wine list (leaning towards natural wines) and great service in a relaxed atmosphere. I liked it so much I forgot to take pictures until some plates were empty, completely forgot the burnt Pavlova which was delicious.

Last week in Sydney and the storm of the decade broke.

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3 thoughts on “Eating Out in Sydney #1

  1. Hi Sue and Ian, Yum! The food looks delicious but I am fascinated by the hanging bird cages in Sydney! Hope you two are doing well. Happy foraging!

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