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Top Foodie Districts to Try in Sydney

14 Nov 2016

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Sydney’s food scene has it going on. With new restaurants opening here, there and everywhere as well as food trucks taking over the streets, there’s always something new to try. From the authentic cuisine of China Town right through to the lavish dining options on the Circular Quay, there are more and more foodie districts popping up all over Sydney – you just need to know where to look! Check out these top food districts in Sydney that are sure to satiate those hunger pains.

Little Italy: Leichhardt

Freshly made pasta, homemade sauces, meaty dishes – you’ll find it all here in Little Italy. For a hearty meal that will set the bar for all future Italian fare you taste, you’ve got to try Little Sicily. Here you can indulge in southern Italian cuisine set amidst the ambience of candlelit tables and a hedge-lined courtyard. You can enjoy traditional chicken dishes, seafood dishes, and premium-quality pizzas. For another piece of Italy, try the cuisine at Bar Italia, serving up high-quality dishes using only the freshest produce and ingredients. Their menu boasts a huge variety of pizzas, salads, seafood, focaccias and brekky items. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, stop by anytime to cure your Italian food cravings!

International Cuisine: Glebe Point Road, Glebe

In the inner suburb of Glebe, you will find Glebe Point Road, your gateway into delicious international cuisine including Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Malaysian and more. For a taste of the world, you’ll find everything you could hope for here. For a great food experience, where all dishes have been made from scratch (including the bread and hand-churned butter), hop into Glebe Point Diner. Enjoy Pacific oysters with mignonette sauce, New Zealand Angus scotch fillet, or indulge in Southern Highland duck leg – the menu alone will get your mouth watering. Feeling more like Greek food? Seek out Ahgora, serving up Greek and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. For delicious Lebanese dishes, try Almistafa, or head to Baja Cantina for authentic Mexican food. You’re sure to find the right restaurant for your tastebuds.

Modern Cuisine: Darling Harbour

Wherever you find yourself around the Darling Harbour, there is sure to be an eatery close by. Head towards the IMAX theatre and around to the western side of the harbour for some delectable eateries that look out onto the water. For dining with a view, head to the Waterfront Grill, known as the Harbour’s premium steakhouse. Or enjoy a fresh pasta dish, wood-fired pizza, steaks, burgers, seafood platters and gourmet salads fromCriniti’s. For fine dining Indian style, try Zaaffran. As soon as you walk through their doors, you’ll be greeted by the rich aromas of spice, curry and traditional Indian cuisine that are sure to ignite your appetite. All food is prepared by an award-winning chef, so you know your tastebuds are in the best of hands at Zaaffran.

Wherever you are in Sydney, you’re never far from a good, hearty meal! All you have to do is explore.