Within Camperdown, an inner city suburb of Sydney Australia, there has in recent years developed a varied and diverse collection of restaurants and other places to eat. Below is a selection of the best that the suburb has to offer.
A prime location with its near location to the city center, this suburb has seen luxury apartments in tall buildings built in rapid succession. These replaced the historical terrace homes that had managed to survive the earlier building booms of the sixties and seventies.
Serving authentic Korean foods, as anyone who has been to Korea will attest. Serving dishes including Pancakes, Tempura, Soups and Salads as well as Banquet choices. Banquet A for example has Seafood Pancake or Korean Spring Rolls for entrées, while mains include delicious Beef Bulgogi, Chicken Teriyaki or vegetarian choices. With many good reviews, this place with its friendly service will do good.
154 Parramatta Road
Phone: +061 (02) 9557 4993
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Located in the Rydges in Camperdown Rowleys Restaurant is open to not only those staying in the hotel but locals. With a buffet breakfast to welcome the day, to an a la carte for lunch and dinner. Can be closed on weekends and public holidays for lunch and dinner Phone or Check their Website below:
9 Missenden Road
Phone: +061 (02) 9516 1522
Despite not being BYO wine, it is licensed to serve alcohol drinks. You can dine al fresco on the garden terrace or inside.
They aim to serve fresh, in season farm to table food, served on small plates. They also have more substantial dishes for those wishing their own meals.
31A Mallett St
Phone: +061 (02) 9194 3100
Having served delicious food and coffees for more than a decade here in Camperdown, it continues to do so for a growing body of fans. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dinner mains consist of dishes such as the grilled fish (daily market) and twelve hour roast lamb shoulder. They also a great Rib Eye, cooked to your liking.
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98-104 Parramatta Road
Phone: +061 (02) 8594 2828
Although it is a café by name, it also does dinner with very affordable Thai food for the hungry. All the great Thai dishes are served here, for lunch and dinner, including Green Curry, BBQ Crying Tiger, Pad Satay (Hokkien Noodles with Satay Sauce).
Do try one of their specialities if you get the chance, Barramundi Prik Khing, Crispy Pork Belly or their Choo Chee Salmon Fillet. For dessert, Black Sticky Rice Pudding or the Thai Banana Pudding is a great way to end the meal.
Shop 28, 23-33 Missenden Rd
Phone: +061 (02) 9516 2877
This Peruvian restaurant is a welcome addition to Sydney’s growing repertoire (if that word can be used here) of places to eat. Indeed, delicious South American fare is growing in popularity here as it is throughout Europe and for good reason.
Known for its authentic flavours, this smallish family owned restaurant aims to please and does so with its generous lashings of delicious Peruvian dishes. Pleasing to not only homesick South Americans but Sydneysiders as well.
Try their Ceviche, a dish of fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, then spiced with chilli and or aji. Oh yeah!
35E Ross St
Phone: +061 2 402 938 007
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Getting to Camperdown: Take train to Redfern train station from any of the city stations (see Sydney City Centre trains CBD) and a ten minute walk southwest. City buses - take routes 412, 413, 435, 436, 437, 438, 440, 461, 480 from either George St. or Railway Square.
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You can find Sydney hotels in the city and surrounding suburbs including Darling Harbour - luxury hotels to beachside apartments, backpacker hostels and bed & breakfasts.
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