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Strathfield Good Food Guide : Strathfield Good Food Guide 2016
12 | STRATHFIELD GOOD FOOD GUIDE Joe Tavella and Luke Calopedos are the dynamic duo behind the 2 Hungry Guys, a local food blog with a following of just under 30,000. Tonight, they are in Strathfield looking for a delicious dinner. Joe is a St Patrick’s old boy, so he knows how the area springs to life after dark and becomes a culinary melting pot. The sun is setting over Strathfield station and the boys are deciding what should be on their list of recommendations. “We love all types of food and the great thing about Strathfield is that you can find the best Korean food in Sydney in just a couple of streets. There are a couple of places that we come to Words: BERNADETTE CHUA regularly, not just to blog about, but to bring our friends to,” says Joe. “The first place we ever discovered in the area is still one of our favourite places to eat – Jang Ta Bal Korean Charcoal BBQ, which is where we’ve decided on eating dinner tonight.” The pair is part of the wave of food bloggers who have been flocking to Strathfield and its surrounding area for years. Not Quite Nigella, Irene’s Getting Fat, Grab Your Fork and plenty more bloggers sing the area’s praises on a regular basis. From Korean barbecue in the Strathfield Town Centre to Indian desserts in Homebush, the area is now known not just to the locals, but to Sydney’s wider culinary community. “Strathfield is a real hotspot for some great 2 hungry guys get fed Joe Tavella (left) and Luke Calopedos at Jang Ta Bal Korean Charcoal BBQ SFG_2016_12-13_Bloggers.indd 12 16/10/2015 2:53 pm
Strathfield Food Guide 2015