The western suburbs of Sydney are known for their diversity. The Fairfield City area is arguably one of the more culturally diverse corners of Sydney, with large Vietnamese, Chinese and Assyrian communities carving out cultural-hubs for themselves.
In what is another stylish edition to Double Bay, Matteo recent launch has been creating a fair bit of buzz. Fans of Orazio D’Elia’s Neapolitan pizzas will be glad there’s another establishment where they can get their fix, with the new restaurant residing in the old Limoncello site.
Hey all you Grubs. There is another month of good eating to be had in Sydney, featuring a stack of food and drink events to attend and gorge yourself on, ranging from all day food festivals, cultural spectacles and afternoons of wine tasting. Check out what’s on below.
Picture the perfect country style café, the type that you’d expect to see on the front cover of a magazine. Flawlessly presented and meticulously detailed. That café is Highlands Merchant in the southern highlands suburb of Moss Vale.
Here to disrupt your incoming-summer-shred is Good Food Month presented by Citi which returns to Sydney this October. The event will see the city will be overrun by over 180 delicious events, seminars and chef-collabs. It’s a huge month celebrating the excellent dining scene we have in this country.
In what is arguably, the spiritual home for brunch, Bondi’s Cami Kitchen is an honest offering that has a familial, local feel about it. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Campbell Parade, is the small, light and breezy shop that echoes the seaside themes of Bondi.
There’s only one more month between you and the end of winter. Luckily, Grub has you covered with the best food events of the month. It’s proven that you can self-medicate the winter blues with a bit of wine and chocolate. Just a taste of what’s on this month.
Rosebery is steadily carving a name for itself as a tidy little food precinct. With locals such as Black Star Pastry, Mentmore & Morley and the Saporium complex you might think that the addition of another café in the area may feel laboured.