Kamis, 10 Maret 2011
Favourite Restaurants in Sydney
Sydney, Australia is an entertaining city that renowned in Australia for the availability of fine dining and diverse cuisine. Whether living in the city or just visiting for awhile, there are plenty of tasty eats to try amongst the many neighbourhoods throughout the city. Whatever you fancy and however small your budget there are few winners when it comes to getting a great feed, consider some of these local favourites:
• One place to enjoy great Australian cuisine is Café Morso in Pyrmont. This place serves breakfast, lunch, and dessert and is perfect for special occasions or social outings. Customers can enjoy exquisitely prepared dishes, such as the pan-roasted salmon with shaved fennel, while soaking in spectacular views of Sydney Harbour.
• For those who prefer Thai food, check out Chat Thai with a number of popular locations throughout the city. This joint is relatively inexpensive and serves a variety of delicious meals from traditional dishes like the Tom Yum Gong to other items like the barbequed lamb. Thai food is a quintessential staple in Sydney and you'll be hard pressed to find a better deal on authentic Thai cuisine.
• For a bit of atmosphere and great eats, Bodega Tapas Bar is a great place to fantastic Spanish cuisine. The menu includes an array of scrumptious tapas as well as delightful desserts, such as cream flan or a cheese plate with fruit and bread. And of course, don't forget to try the traditional Spanish sangria.
• Surjit's Indian Restaurant in the suburb of Annandale combines an elegant, romantic atmosphere with authentic Indian cuisine. The menu has plenty of options, including some great dishes for vegetarians. Diners may also want to try one of the many types of authientic Indian naan bread that's on offer.
• Great Mexican food can be found at Flying Fajita Sistas. While there are plenty of tasty dishes on the menu, the fajitas are a definite specialty with fillings ranging from the commonly found steak and chicken to king prawns and chorizo sausage. Flying Fajita Sistas also offers enticingly named sauces like the "Wall of Pain", which locals definitely say is hot enough to deserve its name.