Manly Beach House Sydney

179 Pittwater Road, Manly, New South Wales, 2095, Australia
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Forum Posts

Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by expatbangkok

I have looked online but can't seem to locate a good deli in Sydney CBD with locally produced cheese, salami, foie gras etc?
Any ideas?

Re: Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by Chrissy50

The Best in Sydney's CBD is David Jones' Food Hall. Ask any local and they will direct you. Not cheap but great selection. If you want to tell me where you are staying I can tell you how to get there.
Christine

Re: Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by lynnehamman

I second the David Jones Food Hall. Superb fresh and wide variety of delicious edibles.

Re: Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by colin_bramso

I agree with that too. You won't really find delis or similar small shops in the CBD, you need to go a little further out for them. But the food hall at DJ is excellent.

Re: Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by expatbangkok

Ta. I know DJ's very well as I lived in Sydney 10 years ago.

Re: Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by meggy88

I would also recommend the following stores, they all specialise in gourmet foods.
www.theessentialingredient.com.au/store.asp?name=crowsnest
www.jonesthegrocer.com/index.php?sectionID=4014&pageID=9788
www.simonjohnson.com.au

Re: Delicatessen in Sydney CBD

by expatbangkok

Splendid, thanks

Travel Tips for Sydney

The harbour

by laetitiad

Sydney is a wonderful city especially thanks to its position aroud the harbour. Whatever you'll do, you'll spend time around it. Don't miss the pleasure of the ferry rides, the walk across the harbour bridge....

Rent a car and take a trip up...

by Grete

Rent a car and take a trip up to the Blue Mountains. A truly beautiful nature experience. Our local friend had friends living up there on a big estate. They treated us with a helicopter ride !!!!! What great fun ! We flew over big canyons and along narrow river valleys. We saw the great damage done by the recent forest fire. A vast number of acres were brown and totally damaged by the fire. An impressive experience.

The Rocks

by Sajt

This place is reach in usually. When I was there firs day they had a big market or something. I tought this is there all the time, but next day, when I planned to visit this place I didn't find anything. :( Exept this story I like the oldest part of Sydney. Nice shops and lot of artistic thing what you find over there.

Watch that Aussie tilt :)

by Fudge

Generally Australians will be friendly to you after you make the first move. Unlike Canadians who are warmly forthcoming and helpful, Australians tend to be a bit more conservative in their 'first approaches', although pls note generalisations are just that -- very general.

U should also be a bit wary that while it may look like aussies are a bit arrogant (not all peacocks open their feathers for you), they are not really arrogant that way.

I found that as long as I made the effort, most aussies were very friendly, helpful and warm towards me. U have to show that you've adapted to their place.

Packing List

by davidlop

A light bag to carry your camera, maps/guide, a light coat for the sunset/night time, etc.) Confortable walking shoes (Sydney is a nice city to walk by), light clothes (depending on season, of course), maybe an umbrella (just in case). Just your teeth paste and brush, and some sunscreen in a sunny day if you're wearing a T-shirt :) Any you have is Ok, but check for the film: in my country is less than half the price. If you buy it at home for less than AUD 7 (24 exp. ISO 100) , just bring 3-4 with you :) Update: unless you have a digital camera, then bring some sort of backup media! In summer, have your swim suit with you, there's plenty of nice beaches around Sydney! You can buy anything on your way, and not expensive at all (well, maybe except some import products). You may also bring somebody to share your café or meal stops/talks, or you may find him/her around, anyway ;)

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