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Sydney, Australia is a food city transformed from its once-staid image of meat-and-two-veg into an international culinary destination. But how did this transformation happen? Kamini ventures into the city to find out. Her guide is renowned food blogger Billy Law, whose blog A Table for Two celebrates Sydney’s diverse culinary landscape.
Kamini starts at the Royal Botanical Gardens on an Aboriginal bush tucker tour before venturing to Harry De Wheels Pie Shop to sample the British food tradition. The pair then head to Cabramatta to see and taste the influence of a new wave of immigrants, including Vietnamese Kangaroo and a South-East Asia-inspired fertilized duck egg! They also venture to China Town, where Malaysian culinary wonders await them at the famous Mamak Restaurant.
Billy and Kamini stop off at The Glenmore for a pint and a nibble of ubiquitous Aussie salt and pepper squid before heading off to sample the future of Australian cuisine at Pinbone in Woollahra. Kamini discovers that Sydney’s transformation has had everything to do with its lively immigrant food culture and the new tastes a new generation of Sydneysiders are adopting.
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