Sydney Street Food - Part 2

October 16, 2014 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Sydney Street Food - Part 2

More Sydney Street Food that I've tried during other visits to Sydney, Australia, continuing from Part 1.

This list includes dishes not listed in Sydney Street Food - Part 1. While cuisine is mostly Australian, there are also influences from British and Chinese cuisines.


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Unlike the more decadent Hamburger With The Lot, the classic Aussie Beef Burger is the basics of what makes a burger good. A thick, juicy, medium done minced beef patty, made using fresh ground beef, grilled perfectly. Along with 2 toasted sesame seed burger buns, lettuce, onions, tomato, and the classic Australian beetroot, the Aussie Beef Burger is usually served along with tomato sauce and fries.

Aussie Beef Burger 01


Aussie Beef Burger 02


Aussie Beef Burger 03


Aussie Beef Burger 04


Aussie Beef Burger 05


Aussie Beef Burger 06


Aussie Beef Burger 07


Aussie Beef Burger 08


Aussie Beef Burger 09



A Chai Latte enhances the flavour of coffee with spices such as cinnamon, resulting in a fragrant sweetness with a hint of spice in the beverage.

Chai Latte 01


Chai Latte 02



Wraps are popular in Australia, and one such version pays homage to the classic French crepe, with the Crepe Chicken, Bacon, Basil Pesto. The Australian twist is the use of grilled chicken meat and grilled vegetables, including bell pepper / capsicum, mushrooms, and onions.

Crepe Chicken, Bacon, Basil Pesto 01


Crepe Chicken, Bacon, Basil Pesto 02



Grain Chips are somewhat healthy as a snack, as it's made from wholegrains like corn, wheat, and oats, with less fat than potato chips. The brand of Grain Chips called 'Grain Waves' has 8 different flavours - Original, Sour Cream & Chives, Sweet Chili, Smokey BBQ, Chilli & Lime, Creamy Herb & Garlic, Honey Soy, and Roasted Tomato Salsa.

Grain Chips



Gem Fish are a saltwater fish with a delicate white flesh and a semi-firm texture. Gem Fish have few bones which are easily removed, and may be grilled, steamed, or sauteed. A Grilled Gem Fish is often served with a simple salad, or over white rice or noodles.

Grilled Gem Fish



The Australian Salmon is a saltwater fish with a oily pink flesh and a firm texture. Salmon have few bones which are easily removed, and may be grilled, steamed, sauteed, or baked. A Grilled Salmon Steak is often served with a simple salad, and either mashed potatoes, roast potatoes, or fries.

Grilled Salmon Steak 01


Grilled Salmon Steak 02


Grilled Salmon Steak 03



The Australian Tuna is a saltwater fish with a thick reddish brown flesh and a firm texture. Tuna have few bones, and may be grilled, sauteed, barbecued, or baked. A Grilled Tuna Steak is often served with a simple salad, and either mashed potatoes, roast potatoes, or fries.

Grilled Tuna Steak 01


Grilled Tuna Steak 02


Grilled Tuna Steak 03



The Chinese style Honey Chicken in Sydney is made with deboned chicken fillets, coated with 5 spice powder, sesame seeds, then battered in corn flour and deep fried. It is then finished with honey and sesame seeds in a hot pan. Honey Chicken is often served with white rice. It has a crisp, crunchy exterior, with the fragrant, soft, and moist chicken within. Each bite has a hint of sweetness and stickiness from the honey.

Honey Chicken 01


Honey Chicken 02



Macadamia Nuts were first cultivated in Australia, and are still strongly associated with the country. 2 popular ways of serving Macadamia Nuts are Honey Roasted, and Salted. Other flavours include wasabi, garlic, barbecue, chili, or chocolate coated.

Macadamia Nuts



The Mocha in Sydney tend to be quite good, rich and deep with flavours of chocolate and coffee. Most are brewed using espresso machines.

Mocha 01


Mocha 02



The Chinese style Satay Chicken in Sydney is made with deboned chicken fillets, stir fried with bell peppers / capsicum, onions, carrots, string beans, and celery, in a spicy, nutty sauce made with peanut butter, sweet chili sauce, and peanut oil. The result is a Satay Chicken which is unique to Australia, and tastes nothing like its namesake from Southeast Asia. It's slightly sweet, savoury, with a slight crunch for texture, and low on spicy heat. Satay Chicken is often served with noodles, or over white rice.

Satay Chicken 01


Satay Chicken 02



The Fairy Chocolate Eggs feature little round balls of milk chocolate, coated in crunchy rainbow sprinkles. This sweet dessert treat is notable for its contrast in texture and its vibrant colour.

Fairy Chocolate Eggs



The Sweet Potato Fries here are thick cut, with a slightly crisp exterior, and a soft tender interior. Flavour is delicately earthy sweet, and when served piping hot, are good enough to eat on their own.

Sweet Potato Fries



Having a barbecue is a favourite pastime hobby in Australia and Sydney, so an Australian Barbecue Meat Platter features an assortment of various meats. These are all usually basted in a sticky, sweet sour tangy barbecue sauce, then grilled, barbecued, or cooked rotisserie style. The usual items include Barbecue Pork Ribs, Barbecue Chicken Wings, Grilled Beef Top Sirloin, or prawns / shrimp. An uncommon item is the Grilled Boerewors Sausage, a sausage which originated from South Africa. It's made with a blend of 90% minced beef, and the remaining 10% consisting of minced pork, minced lamb, coriander seeds, black pepper, salt, nutmeg, cloves, allspice, and white vinegar.

Australian Barbecue Meat Platter


Barbecue Pork Ribs


Barbecue Chicken Wings


Grilled Beef Top Sirloin


Grilled Boerewors Sausage






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