Guide for foodies emigrating to australia

Guide for foodies emigrating to Australia


Sydney is known for its picturesque view, sports, art, theatre and fashion. And so is for the wide range of food it has to offer! Be it a romantic getaway or a weekend with your family and kids, if you are foodie, you should definitely head towards Sydney.


Here is a weekend guide for your date with Food!




Dinner at North Bondi Fish:

After reaching Sydney, head straight to ‘North Bondi Fish’ on Ramsgate Avenue, North Bondi. It is one destination where you can get the whole fish-and-chips package and nobody does them as good as them!

WHAT TO ORDER: Fish and chips, crumbed calamari rings, beer-battered flathead fillet.




Breakfast at Bill’s:

If you have been planning a little Surry Hills brunch-foodie trek, Bill’s should be your next stop. From broken eggs to fritters to hotcakes, a whiff of these will definitely make you emigrate to Australia!

WHAT TO ORDER: Scrambled Eggs, Ricotta Hotcakes, Zucchini Fritters along with Fresh Mint Tea.


Late Lunch at Icebergs Dining Room and Bar:

After you are done strolling around, head back to Bondi at Icebergs Dining Room and Bar for a late lunch. Apart from the floor-to-roof windows stretching across the Bondi beach, the incredible gourmet, fresh seafood and Italian bites will whisk you off to dreamland! Not that bad for a 2-Hatted restaurant, isn’t it!

WHAT TO ORDER: Queensland spanner crab, carpaccio of petuna ocean trout. Dessert – Iceberg Digestive.


Dinner at Sefa Kitchen:

Wanting to explore more than the Australian seafood and gourmet? Sefa Kitchen brings out the best Middle-Eastern and Turkish Cuisine you can find in Sydney!

WHAT TO ORDER: Syrian Pumpkin Fatteh Salad, Tripoli style raw scallops, Baharat spiced lamb shoulder, barley, dried apricots and tahini. Dessert – Flamed cardamom cream, prunes & sesame wafers.




Breakfast at Bourke Street Bakery:

Bourke Street Bakery is your heaven if you love to wake up to the aroma of bakery. A one-stop-shop with world class freshly baked breads, gourmet dishes and sweet or savoury bites and worth every calorie! They open up at 8am in the morning and are very efficient in managing the crowd there.

WHAT TO ORDER: Pork and fennel sausage roll, a chocolate tart (for later) along with coffee or good old fashioned lemonade.


Quick Bites at Eveleigh Growers Market:

Craving for a quick bite? Find your way into the Eveleigh Grower’s market where you can find omlettes, Steak Sandwiches, steamed pork dumplings and many more organic produce. Yet another reason to emigrate to Australia!


Lunch at South Dowling Sandwiches:

Tired of wandering? You can head straight down to South Dowling Sandwiches, South Dowling Street for sandwiches and salads.

WHAT TO ORDER: Chicken schnitzel sandwich with aioli and lettuce on white or rye, chilli chicken.


Dinner at Quay:

Quay is voted one of the world’s top 30 restaurants. To enjoy original and innovative dishes by Peter Gilmore, visit this 3-Hat and 3-Star Circular Quay restaurant while enjoying the view from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge.

WHAT TO ORDER: Congee of Northern Australian Mud Crab, Sunlight Surprise – lychee syrup seasoned with lime and topped with soda. Dessert – Snow Egg, Bitter chocolate black pudding.

Now if you can’t wait to come to this Foodie’s heaven on earth, just fill in our FREE VISA ASSESSMENT form and get your visas for Sydney, Australia RIGHT NOW!


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