Dear Delicious is a unique wholefood cafe in Dulwich Hill. This cafe is conveniently located across from the local station, but is also surrounded by the inner west charm of quiet tree lined streets. It's not just the food and boutique coffee that makes this cafe so appealing, their family friendly garden is a feature that sets Dear Delicious apart from the rest.

 

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Hey Western Sydney, we've found you a hidden gem in the heart of Campbelltown! Restaurant Macarthur is located inside the TAFE NSW Campbelltown campus. It's a special training restaurant which is run by the commercial cookery and hospitality students. Restaurant Macarthur is open to the public, and it offers some amazing dining deals!

 

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Deniro’s Restaurant & Pizzeria in Fairfield Heights is one of our favourite local neighbourhood restaurants. The pizzas at Deniro’s are always scrumptious, the pastas are always delicious and the salads are always fresh. It’s easy to take for granted the effort that goes behind producing consistently great food, but we caught up with owner Rob Dababneh and learnt about the enormous amount of hard work that goes on behind the scenes.

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Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL is located between the edge of the Western Suburbs and the hip Inner West. This friendly club has recently enhanced its dining options with the opening of their new Asian restaurant - Nu Bambu. Diners at Nu Bambu will discover a modern mix of Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and Indonesian dishes, all served with style.

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March 21 is Harmony Day, a global celebration of diversity and belonging. I couldn’t think of a better way to honour the day than through food so I headed out to Blacktown to break bread with Food Faith, an organisation which fosters positive intercultural relationships through food and sustainability.

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Dural rates high on our list of appealing food destinations, especially on the weekend when the pace is more relaxed and we can shop for fresh veggies at the local roadside stalls. Then there's the cafes, no visit is complete unless you spoil yourself with a delicious breakfast or lunch. On a recent visit, we popped into The Wren, a cafe which is owned by a young Dural couple. Their creative menu and gorgeous plating has made The Wren one of the most popular cafes in the area.

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Hills Organics in Dural is an organic grocer and whole food cafe serving healthy modern café food with vitality. They are the specialists of organic, paleo, vegan and gluten free cuisine, but their exciting menu of nourishing dishes will tempt any good food lover.

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Christmas came early when Stockland at Wetherill Park invited us for lunch and a chat with celebrity chef, Miguel Maestre. They also invited thirty of their lucky shoppers, who were as excited about going as we were!

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The Woods Pantry is a trendy industrial style cafe in Villawood. It is conveniently nestled between Bunnings and AMF bowling inside the Woods Action centre on Woodville Road. The food here is a mix of contemporary cafe style dishes with Middle Eastern influences. We called in to unwind over a relaxing weekend breakfast.

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Skinny’s Grill in Parramatta is giving diners the opportunity to eat out and indulge, but without the huge calorie intake that is usually associated with dining out. Their menu is dedicated to being “low on carbs, fat on flavour” and to keep you on track they list the nutrition values (protein, carbohydrates and fat) next to each item on the menu.

 

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