Sydney Australia Street Food

Sydney, Australia, is on my mind. And now, looking at this beautiful street food, it is on your mind, too!

My niece Jenna texted me yesterday to say she is thinking about signing up as an exchange student next year, and she wanted to know my thoughts about the food, culture, and weather.

That brought a flood of memories. Three delicious months of memories, to be exact. I was in my kitchen (where else?) when I got a call from Mark saying, “So what do you think about a temporary relocation in Sydney, Australia?”

Did he have to ask?

I packed two bags. One was filled with my favorite kitchen gear and essential spices. What about clothes, you ask? That is secondary for me. If I really need it, I figure I can always pick it up and call it a souvenir.

Upon arrival, the first impression was Florida meets London. Palm trees in a Hyde Park complete with a St. Mary’s Cathedral. I dropped my bags, grabbed my camera, and headed out!

St. Mary's Cathedral in Hyde Park, Sydney, Australia

Mark and I took the first opportunity to walk the streets exploring the street food options and searching for the local markets. Which brings me back to where we start… that beautiful street food made by talented street vendors.

When street food looks this good, you know every day is going to be a “Good Food Day.” These make me hungry, just looking at them and remembering the spicy heat of the red sauce. The heat played beautifully against the cool yogurt drizzle beneath. Yum!

I will leave you for now. More Eating Adventures to come…



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