Not only is the coffee great, the staff are always on good form, including plenty of banter with regulars they obviously know well and get along with.
The storefront is consistently stocked with the freshest and most vibrant array of pastries, breads and desserts backed by friendly staff. The bakers here are not only very knowledgeable but very passionate about the food they make and it radiates through their personalities, through their pastries and of course, on the award-lined wall. Other Store: 1 85-113 Dunning Ave, Rosebery, NSW, 9700 7686. See Menu
Aria sells Persian fast food including kababs, hot dogs, burgers and their (somewhat less known) "Persian sandwiches". They seem to focus a lot on offal but include chicken and beef combinations. Well worth a vist, a pleasant change from the better known Vietnamese banh mi.
They serve the traditional range of Middle Eastern fare; kebabs, breads and grilled meats. Their specials include: Tika, chunks of tendy bbq lamb; Rice and fasolia; BBQ fish (blackened on the outside and flattened like a Portuguese chicken); Bread/curry stew, lamb hunks in a tomato based sauce.
They serve up the traditional range of Middle Eastern food including a pita pocket which contains garlic chicken, pickles, humos and just about every salad on offer; falafel, humos and tahini; also a selection of fried mushrooms and cauliflower. They have an outstanding range of home made dips which would justify any visit.
Restaurant serving traditional Malay & Singaporean cuisines. No cards or bookings. Lunch only
More than just sweets! This bright blue store is buzzing with blenders, deep fryers sizzling and the stomp of papaya salad being pounded. The front bar is full of sausages and fritters, as well as dried beef and taro chips. They have an outstanding selection of Lao/Thai dishes including:Papaya salad with dried beef; Pork larb or laap; Khao tom - Sticky rice and banan; Lao sausages; Taro fritters, and Papaya salad with shredded chicken fee.
Great name, great food.
Traditional Indonesian dishes, very popular.
The name says it all!
If you want to experience Indian culture and authentic food this is the place to try. A truly amazing temple complex set in bush land south of Sydney. Food is made and served by volunteers on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. The menu doesn't change, but is consistently delicious. Highly recommend the masala dosa and idli. Wonderful place to see gorgeous traditional Indian costume from all parts of the subcontinent . Basic seating but well worth the trip.
Delicious and authentic Vietnamese food. Lots of fresh herbs and vegetables from local market gardens. The Pho noodle soup is not to be missed. very moderately priced dishes, and always crowded at lunch time. A great spot for a tasty meal if in Wollongong.
Unlike most suburban Thai restaurants this HAS authentic Thai food with ingredients you usually only find in Thailand...save on air fares.