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Strathfield Good Food Guide : Strathfield Good Food Guide 2016
10 | STRATHFIELD GOOD FOOD GUIDE Step out from Strathfield railway station in the evening and enter another world. The station surrounds are awash in neon lights hanging above shop fronts, many with signs written in different languages. Pasted in the windows are pictures of exotic foods – colourful bibimbap, Asian desserts, bowls of rice noodles, steaming dumplings – you Our food precincts name it, you’ll find it here. Then hop in the car and head just five minutes to Homebush, and you’ll be surrounded by cafes by day and some of the best Indian restaurants by night. Strathfield and the surrounding areas are burgeoning food hubs, each with its own unique identity. Discover what Strathfield’s food precincts have to offer. Strathfield • Known as Little Korea, Strathfield has stamped its place in food guides around the world as the Seoul away from Seoul. Some of the best Korean restaurants in Sydney can be found here, serving anything from barbecued wagyu beef to ddukbokki, a spicy glutinous rice cake. The area comes alive at night with hip youngsters sitting outside cafes such as Chef’s Palette, pumping Korean hip-hop and serving beautiful French desserts, as well as refined dishes such as sweet potato gnocchi with butternut puree and mushrooms. Head down Churchill Avenue to Hangang Korean Restaurant where you can get some of the best wagyu beef in Sydney and even barbecue it yourself. If you’re in the mood for KFC (Korean fried chicken), the Strathfield Sports Club bistro serves 10 different types, from its original recipe to hot and spicy. The bistro has become an institution for one of Korea’s favourite foods. Homebush • By day, Homebush’s High Street is a sleepy village where grandmothers take their grandchildren to the local bakery for a finger bun and Jai from Rochester Street Quality meats is making sausages, ready for tonight’s dinner. Words: BERNADETTE CHUA Strathfield Good Food Guide editor Bernadette Chua SFG_2016_10-11_Precints.indd 10 16/10/2015 2:57 pm
Strathfield Food Guide 2015