I love stopping at Newtown Markets on Saturday afternoons. Vintage, vegan and good people watching are not in short supply at this tiny but lovable community market.
The night I discovered Newtown Pies it was New Years. We had been drinking and Will was desperate for a snack. I was disappointed because I would have to settle for hot chips and I wasn’t in the mood. Then, the menu came into focus and it was love at first sight. More than one vegan option. All my dreams had come true.
If you are wondering where I got the bagels for my vegan lox recipe then look no further. Tucked away down a little side street, right near Central Station, so you can pick up a bagel on your morning commute, Brooklyn Hide is the place to go if you’re on the hunt for some New York style bagels in Sydney.
Perhaps, our most delicious meal (although it is debatable that homemade tofu in nut butter was better) took place in the late afternoon at Ms. G’s in Pott’s Point. This place looks kind of small and unassuming from the outside but it opens up to a four-level dining space with a sunny upper-floor that feels like a greenhouse. The servers were super friendly and accommodating when it came to our long list of dietary needs and the communal table upstairs actually sparked a funny conversation. How often does that happen?