Sydney’s best eats for >$20
I am no food blogger but I didn’t get this fat sitting around eating salad.
I have lived in Sydney for over 12 years now (with a little tree change in the middle) and this is the greatest eating city in the world. Melbourne can suck my shashlik.
Read on to reach Sydney food nirvana for under $20:
- A pannacotta lamington from Flour and Stone, Woolloomoolloo. Custardy, cakey goodness.
- Handmade Szechuan noodles with pork mince and cucumber from Chinese Noodle House, Haymarket. The worst décor in the land with some of the best food.
- Steamed pumpkin dumplings from Seabay, Sydney. Fluoro lighting and a 10 minute wait for a table.
- A Punjabi thali from Jaipur Maharaja Sweets, Sydney. Also has a great Indian sweets counter for all your gulab jamun needs.
- A double scoop at Gelato Messina, Darlinghurst, Surry Hills or Pyrmont (The Star). The funnest desert in the galaxy.
- Yum cha at Marigold, Haymarket. Hangover cure number one.
- The crumbed chicken and dumpling soup from Din Fai Tung, Pyrmont (The Star). Hangover cure number two.
- The pad kra pow from Spice I Am, Surry Hills. So hot it will blow your flaps/nuts off.
- A lamb or veggie sausage roll and a whisky and apple juice at The Wild Rover, Surry Hills. Crystal glasses and cute bartenders.
- Pho from PHD, Marrickville. The greatest soup known to man.
What are your favourite cheap eats in Sydney?