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5 hidden gems to eat at in Western Sydney

Western Sydney is slowly becoming the next hot spot for great food and drinks. With cute cafes and restaurants popping up all over the place, it takes a true local to know where to look. A keen locals’ eyes and ears – but when it comes to food, more importantly, mouth and nose – can unveil a hidden treasure trove of amazing foodie finds that are well-established havens you need to visit.

Here are five hidden gems to check out in western Sydney:

Ristretto & Co., Liverpool

Liverpool’s best-kept secret is Ristretto & Co! What appears at first to be a coffee shop storefront is actually a gorgeous alfresco eatery tucked away out the back.

156 Northumberland St, Liverpool NSW 2170

Fat Panda, Canley Vale

Forget Chinatown! If you want real mouthwatering Asian cuisine Canley Vale is the place to go. It’s the only restaurant you will find around here that has a sushi train and an all Asian infused menu for you to enjoy.

233C Canley Vale Rd, Canley Heights NSW 2166

Sahra by The River, Parramatta

Western Sydney is known for its Multiculturalism and with so many different cultures, you get amazing authentic styled foods.  Sahra by The River doesn’t disappoint serving traditional Lebanese dishes and a belly dancer or two!

2/76 Phillip St, Parramatta NSW 2150

Black Elk Espresso,  Carnes Hill

Tucked away between the Micheal Clarke Recreational Centre and Carnes Hill Skatepark, this cafe is known for its amazing burgers and crazy milkshakes. Perfect spot to grab lunch with some friends!

600 Kurrajong Rd, Carnes Hill NSW 2171

The Usual Cafe, Cabramatta

This minimal cafe is where your next Sunday brunch should be. Hidden in a laneway on Hill Street, The Usual Cafe sells anything but the usual! Its Asian infused brunch menu will leave you salivating.

8/46 Hill St, Cabramatta NSW 2166

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