dining in Sydney . . .

July 31, 2015

Green Peppercorn 388 Pitt St. Sydney

Google it and it’ll say it’s a “cool, relaxed Lao and Thai kitchen inside a pub, with fairy lights, corrugated iron and a tuk-tuk”. Damn right it is. Probably one of the best Thai / Laotian restaurants I’ve tried in Asia. The Charcoal BBQ Ox Tongue or grilled lengua as we call it, is tied to the Red Curry as our best orders of the day. Their Tom Yum soup was also very tasty. Perfect for winter nights in Sydney.  

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In Hunter Valley, we dropped by McGuigan Wines for some tasting.

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Emerson’s Cafe and Restaurant at Pokolbin 492 Lovedale Road, Lovedale

Ordered their famous duck pate and feasted on some yummy carbs.

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Harry’s Cafe de Wheels 431 Church Street corner Fennell N. Parramatta

Night time we were right by Parramatta, 23 kilometers west of Sydney CBD, so we checked out  Harry’s & got some hot dogs and pies. Nothing special for me, perhaps after a few rounds of alcohol would’ve been better.

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The Wayzgoose Cafe 74 Leura Mall, Leura

Before heading to the Blue Mountains, we had brunch here. I chose the Mountain Breakfast and it was very heavy. Perfect for guys I’d say.

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We also checked out the Fish Market in Sydney (the fresh oysters gave me d i a r r h e a sorry TMI but probably because I had like 6 or 7 of those.

We also had lunch at the Darling Harbour, a quick dessert & coffee stop at the Lindt cafe and a bunch of meals around the CBD area.

All in all, Sydney is an awesome city for foodies out there. Although dining out in Sydney is not cheap (mostly pretty pricey). In any case, enjoy their fresh produce and oh, don’t forget to try their flat white!!

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