Where to Eat
Honestly, I was so busy exploring that I forgot to eat on most days. I can do that sometimes, it's rather silly. DON'T BE ME. If you have 4 days in Sydney, please nourish your foodie souls with the best nosh this city has to offer. Here are some places that I went to and can vouch for -
Pasta Emilio - I haven't had pasta or a tiramisu like what they served here, since Italy. Foodgasms happened, SO MANY TIMES, oh heaven. The chef is Italian, and right enough, one bite of that pasta and I felt like I was back in Italy. Sydney Fish Market - Best seafood in town. Go. Baxter Inn - I wouldn't have found this place had I not met a local. It's an underground pub, and there was no signage that led me here, so if you're planning to go, ask around! Baxter Inn is famous for their collection of scotch, and it looked pretty darn impressive.
And here's a list of places I collated after speaking to travellers, bloggers, and locals -
Bondi Icebergs Beach Club Tetsuya Aria Quay Restaurant Devon Cafe Cuppa Flower Celsius Coffee Co.
Where to Stay
You want to stay as close to the centre of the city as possible. If you've only got 4 days in Sydney, you do NOT want to spend a bulk of your time commuting.
A note to fellow backpackers - I didn't find any hostels in pincode 2000, but I found a great one in Surry Hills - Big Hostel. Good rooms, good people, great common area, breakfast included, helpful staff, and walking distance from the city centre. That's pretty much all you need.
I hope this helped, guys! Any other questions, leave a comment below, or write to me! Cheers!
This blog was originally posted by Peppy Travel Girl.