When you are making a plan to travel to Sydney, you will want to know where the best places are to eat and drink, after long days of discovering Sydney. Below are a few recommendations to get you on your way, offering cheap and affordable eats to the more upmarket and unusual
If it’s vegetarian or vegan that you’re after, then sample the delights that Bodhi has to offer. Great for health lovers or just people who want to try something new. Located next to a park, you’ll really feel at one with nature whilst munching your way through their vegan yum cha menu. However, if you’re looking for some proper Chinese cuisine, then take a visit to Billy Kwong. Offering fresh and tasty food Billy’s really has something for everyone.
Cheap and Cheerful
If oriental isn’t your style though, then Sydney does offer an array of pubs to suit everyone’s tastes. Whether you’re after a quick fix or a proper sit-down meal, each pub is allocated to whatever you desire. Most serve classic pub grub at great prices. You might not get the real taste of Sydney, but you’ll certainly get a great meal. Another restaurant that offers simple, but delicious food is Betty’s Soup Kitchen. Serving up traditional food, you’ll find that you’ll be full in no time and still have enough money left for dessert. Contrary to what you might have heard, you’re definitely able to pull off a cheap holiday to Sydney especially if you carefully plan your travel time using an online service, like Cheapflights, to compare the different airlines.
Sometimes when you’re on the go and have plenty to fit into your day, you might just want to grab a quick snack to tide you over. Stop off at the Bourke St Bakery for a porn and fennel sausage roll or treat yourself to a cream cake. There’s also a wide choice of bread and pastry products to curb your hunger and give you a boost. If you fancy going somewhere a bit posher, however, then grab a glass of champagne and a bowl of olives at the Opera House, in their Opera Bar. You can choose from sharing platters, a wide range of pizzas, and more.
As Sydney is so close to the water, it seems silly to not sample some of their amazing fish products. If you fancy cooking your own, then take a visit to the Sydney Fish Markets, a great place to pick up fresh and tasty produce. If you don’t feel like cooking, however, then pull up a pew at David Jones’ food hall and sample some of the amazing oysters that they have on offer.
Get a Buzz
If you wake up and feel peckish, why not try Le Petit Crème, a great place to try amazing omelets and fantastic coffee. Campos is another brilliant place if you’re looking to grab a cup of the hot stuff; it’s easy to find as you can smell it from a mile off. You can even take a bag of fresh beans home with you; the perfect way to treat yourself to a little bit of Sydney when you finish your travels.