Campbelltown has kept much of its Heritage, on the left is the Information Centre where you can find more places to eat.
There is a growing number of places to eat in Campbelltown, whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or even just take-away snacks. This part of Sydney is rapidly expanding its population and the eateries here are becoming diverse in cuisine as the rest of Australia.
Asian, northern and southern European, Indian, South American are all represented here as well as the classic Australian steakhouses, pubs and clubs. It has its share of pizza places and charcoal chicken eateries as well as places to eat breakfast as well, amongst others. Below are some of the more popular ones located in this part of Sydney:
This place gets rave reviews, in my experience, deservedly so. Try the Thai beef salad when your here. You might even wish to enjoy a game of bowls:
Cambelltown Bowling Club
Cnr of Browne St and Howe Street
Phone: +61 2 4625 1043
Great quality, good flavour is what you expect, and the Spice of Life Indian restaurant delivers. They do the classics such as Butter Chicken and Lamb Korma, but also more diverse ones such as Daal Fry and Prawn Malabar. Their name says it all: Spice of Life...
4 Hyde Parade
Phone: +61 2 4627 3136
At the Campbelltown Outback Steakhouse they have a good range of beef cuts for you to enjoy, but their Bone-In Ribeye is very tender and delicious. They also do good range of appetizers and salads:
2A Hollylea Road, Leumeah
Phone: +61 2 4620 7822
Pizzas and other Italian dishes, including, of course, Risotto and Pastas. They also do dishes like Misto Grilled Mixed Seafood, Barramundi, Chicken Limone and others. The Carne di-Fiesta is an Italian sausage, beef fillet and chicken dish for the very hungry, I’m not gonna complain.
Shop 1, Heritage Way,
Phone: +61 2 4627 7788
Their inspired and creative menu makes Dj Restaurant a favourite amongst the locals here. The Vietnamese beef pho and spicy noodles come recommended, they also do a great avocado smoothie.
7 / 44 Oxford Road
Ingleburn (near the train station)
Phone: +61 2 8798 5329
As the title suggests, the dishes here are modern as well as tasty fusion combinations of more traditional ingredients. With this new take on Asian food, the locals also love this restaurant. Located within the Cambelltown Catholic Club ’King of Clubs’
20-22 Camden Road
Phone: +61 2 4625 0000
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