Indian street food in Sydney

Indian street food in Sydney posted on AEDT November 9, 2019, 11:31 pm

AEDT November 9, 2019, 11:31 pm

Now your tongue can be in Australia and India at the same time. Shocked?

Don’t be!

Sydney’s Harris Park is more than ‘just a tiny train station on your way to Paramatta’. It’s
Sydney city’s desi street food hub, where you can get every Indian street food possible, right from South India’s famous masala dosa to Bombay’s classic pav-bhaji!

Fascinating, isn’t it?

Some of these restaurants and eateries pride themselves in the ‘Indian’ quotient that they provide in their meals, and their staff.

Whether you call them golgappa, panipuri, puchka or paani ke batashey, we promise you, it’s going to fill your veins with some good masala and great memories. Bring a friend along, while they sip on a cup of chai and bite on a spicy samosa right next to the Harris Park train station.

Some Indian street food must-haves in Sydney’s Harris Park:

● Savoury and Spicy Papdi-chaat from Amravathi restaurant
● Hot and sweet jalebis from Jaipur Sweets
● Sweet Rasgullas from Chatkaaz
● Homemade Dosa (Savoury Crepe) from Velsha’s

If you are in Sydney and are looking for the ‘desi’ vibe & tribe, Harris Park is the perfect spot for Indian street food that tastes like the one back in your home town. Here the only thing that will make you feel not at home, will be the $ sign on the menu!

Are you ready to increase your ‘Indian Spice Quotient’?




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Definitely a must visit place for Indian foods in Sydney


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