Snack Time: Sydney’s Latest in Food – June 17, 2019

by Lionel Casey

New openings

A classic Surry Hills watering hole is getting a makeover, starting with this green upstairs bar.

An old Balmain favorite is returned, close to in which it all started.

A Sydney icon is turning 30. To celebrate, it’s mounted a wall of wine and opened non-public dining rooms.

Head to a hollow-in-the-wall laneway eatery for Indian street food that’s all vegan.

Now closed

This Malaysian joint served its ultimate nasi lemak over the weekend.

Birthday Bash

A1 Canteen is turning one. And it’s teaming up with some pinnacle Sydney talent to celebrate.

Coming quickly

Rockpool Dining Group’s newest mission entails oversized Jenga and 40 beer taps.

Shawarma and falafel all day, seven days a week, will quickly become a fact in Surry Hills – and it’s through some of Sydney’s top names in hospitality.

Four new bars and eateries can be added to this hospitality large’s CBD dining precinct.

Local understanding

Martabak: crunchy roti dough stuffed with egg, curried red meat, and shallot. Here’s in which to find it.

Dinners in your diaries

A massive of the Sydney meals scene will prepare dinner a Moroccan feast the following night to celebrate one of her preferred chefs.

The team behind this Italian dinner has been consuming its way up and down Italy for the menu concept for this dinner collection.

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