Sydney Food Tour

Our first impromptu Sydney food tour has been awesome so far. The day started with breakfast at Sydney Potts Point and ended with satisfying Kings Cross noodle box takeaway supper.

Sydney Potts Point

We went to Potts Point’s Toby Estate for a good brekkie, hoping it would cure the hangover of the cheap Moscato of the day before.

They have an item on the menu called Backpackers’ Breakfast. It cost $20, which I assumed is the same amount some backpackers pay for a night stay around here. The food was only okay.

Sydney Martin Place and Lindt Café

Today’s Sydney trip itinerary’s the Taronga Zoo, but first, we stopped at the Martin Place. I like the neighborhood. It’s perfect for people watching, especially on a workday. Almost everyone looked busy, rich, and sophisticated.

And then I spotted Lindt Café. My favorite chocolatier has a café (and later I learned, many cafés) and I didn’t know about this?! I walked in and behaved like a total village idiot for ten good minutes.

Sydney Opera House

Have I declared my love for the Sydney Opera House? We took tons of pictures in front of it. We made a toast for our fabulous trip to the Opera Bar. A must go as a part of the Sydney Food Tour. Good wine collection, a better view of the bridge, and a great mix of tourists. If you can only have a few hours in Sydney, make sure you spend it here.

I also managed to score things I want from the Sydney Opera House gift shop for my parents and best friends, and for myself: Sydney Opera House Pandora charm.

I also got a bunch of postcards, for you, my readers. A new tradition I am implementing, of sending people postcards to the readers of the blog.

Sydney Darling Harbor

After Sydney Opera House we spent our evening at Sydney Darling Harbor. We walked around it. Hugging each other fighting the cold air. We ended up at a mall with a food court and had dinner there. Indian food for me and Japanese food for my cousins.

Sydney Kings Cross

After that, we went home early since everyone was tired. We slept off for a while before waking up feeling unsettled and unsatisfied.

So and BFF and I went downstairs for the Thai food takeaway called Paperbox. We ordered fried rice and noodles. It was delicious. I am the typical Asian who needs to eat rice to feel complete. And I finally did during this impromptu Sydney food tour.

I filled in the postcards, applied some lip balm on my chapped lips, thanked God for our Sydney food tour.

Good day mate! Woke up with a hangover today. Cheap 2012 Moscato after effect was truly bad. Ugh!

We went to a Potts Point’s Toby Estate for a good brekkie, hoping it would cure the hangover. It ended up being pricey. They have an item on the menu called Backpackers’ Breakfast, it costs $20, which I assumed is the same amount some backpackers pay for a night stay around here. The food was okay only, but the interior details were praiseworthy.

Today’s first itinerary’s the Torango zoo, but the first stop was the Martin Place. I like the neighborhood, it’s perfect for people-watching, especially on a workday like today. Almost everyone looked busy/rich and sophisticated.

Then I spotted it. Lindt Café. My favorite chocolatier has a café (later I learned, many cafés) and I didn’t know about this?! I walked in and behaved like a total village idiot for ten good minutes. Too many chocolates, too many flavors, too many Lindt. My favorite is the Lindt Chocolate Spoon. So good!

After visiting the zoo, we spent our evening at the Sydney Opera House. I declared my love for this aesthetic building. We made a toast for our fabulous trip to the Opera Bar. A must-go place, with a good wine collection, a better view of the bridge, and a great mix of tourists.

I managed to score everything I need in the Sydney Opera House gift shop for Amma and Appa also for my BFFs. And of course, something for myself, the Sydney Opera House Pandora charm and some postcards.

We walked around the Darling Harbour, hugging each other on this chilly day. The skyline was gorgeous and ended up at a mall with a food court and had dinner there. Indian for me and Japanese for them. Then we went home early since everyone was already tired.

The resisting cold was indeed a tiring job.

We slept off for a while before waking up feeling unsettled and unsatisfied. So I and BFF went downstairs for the Thai food takeaway called Paperbox. We ordered fried rice and pad Thai. It was delicious. Thank God, I finally had one good meal here. I am the typical Asian who needs to eat rice to feel complete.

I filled up the postcards, applied some lip balm on my chapped lips, and get ready to sleep. This time without touching the cheap Moscato.

If you can only have a few hours in Sydney, make sure you visit the Sydney Opera House.

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