Sydney's Best Food Markets ....
Sydney is home to some amazing restaurants and cafes, but sometimes the best way to eat is straight from paddock to your pallet. Here is a list of the best fresh food markets in Sydney:
Bondi Farmer's markers Chai latte, beef pho, corn fritter, biltong, freshly cracked coconuts and produce from local farms - sound up your alley? Well head to Bondi state school on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm and enjoy food from one of the many food stands while picking up groceries for the week.
Perfect for: a lazy brunch in the sun
Everleigh markets During the week this huge industrial space looks abandoned but it comes alive on Saturdays with local farmers and celebrity chef Kylie Kwong selling food, flowers and everything in between. These markets are super popular so get there early. Perfect for: the best quality produce
The Rocks Foodie's Markets Friday should always be celebrated with a good lunch to ease into the weekend. Instead of heading to the pub, the city's corporate crowd are heading to the rocks every Friday to to enjoy a relaxed lunch and possibly the best gozleme in Sydney. Perfect for: a cheap lunch.
Chatswood organic markets These markets are undercover, so they are perfect for a rainy day. There are endless fruit and vegetables as well as fresh breads straight from the oven, beautiful cheeses and much much more. Perfect for: certified organic produce.
Sydney Fish Market
This fish market is the second largest of its kind in the world! You can see the markets in action from 5:30am when seafood buyers arrive to get ready for the auction. 52 tonnes of seafood is sold here per day but you can come here to enjoy a fresh seafood meal by the harbour.
Perfect for: Seafood, obviously.