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Strathfield Good Food Guide : Strathfield Good Food Guide 2016
ourstrathfield.com.au 2015/2016 | 11 Around the corner at the Sri Lankan Food Bar, customers come from as far as Castle Hill to get their fix of samosas and curries. In the evening, Homebush’s Indian restaurants are full of customers from all ethnic backgrounds. Opposite Homebush station, diners at Thousand Spices are tucking into dahl, lamb rogan josh and butter chicken. Down on Rochester Street, at Anar Charcoal Chicken, the mixed plates of chargrilled meats are flying out the door. Homebush West • Whether you’re after a quick dinner or Asian groceries, Homebush West is the place to find some of the best Vietnamese and Chinese food in Sydney. At the KW Barbecue Shop, you can pick up a delicious roast duck or Chinese pork belly. Next door at Pho Toan Thang, you’ll have to line up outside the restaurant, but it does have some the best pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) in Sydney. There are also a number of specialty Asian grocers and the fishmongers sell live fish and some exotic seafood specimens. Strathfield South • While this area may not be as big as the other precincts in and around Strathfield, it has its fair share of restaurants. The Golden Coronet is an institution in Strathfield. The Chinese restaurant has been at the same corner of Homebush Road and Liverpool Road for 32 years. Famous for the prawn toast and hot and sour soup, it is the go-to place for locals. Travel down Liverpool Road and you can sit in Laytani, a Lebanese restaurant known for its dips and chargrilled meats. One of Sydney’s most popular Indian restaurants, Janani, has also relocated to South Strathfield from its previous residence in Homebush. Known for its dosais and curries, Janani serves a range of delicious, authentic Indian and Sri Lankan food. Greenacre/ Belfield/Enfield • Heading towards Western Sydney, this part of the municipality is known for its Lebanese cuisine. Al Aseel began more than a decade ago in Greenacre. Once a homely restaurant where older Lebanese men got together to smoke shishas and eat traditional food, it is now a bustling and decadently designed restaurant. The area is also home to lots of Lebanese bakeries, which make traditional sweets such as baklava and knafeh. North Strathfield • North Strathfield boasts a number of cuisines. Home to the now-famous Abhi’s Indian restaurant for 25 years, you will also find the Liu Rose Chinese restaurant and Gorkha Palace, which serves Indian and Nepalese food. George Street in the Bakehouse Quarter is a busy food hub with diners enjoying a beer or a glass of wine outside Cookies Lounge Bar, or next door, try one of the creations from Cheeky Chocolate where the pastry chefs have been trained by Adriano Zumbo. Across the road, try a plate of homemade pasta at Atmosphere. SFG_2016_10-11_Precints.indd 11 16/10/2015 2:54 pm
Strathfield Food Guide 2015