2. Meat Pies
This snack can be found in many places form specific pie store such as Harry's cafe de wheels, pie face, the pie tin to local supermarket and convenience store like Woolworth, Coles and Seven eleven. It is basically a pie with savory filling like minced beef or minced chicken. Some of store served meat pies with mashy peas and mushroom gravy, it so yummy.
3. Sausage roll
It is a puff pastry with sausage inside and perfect for grab to go breakfast. I found store in Wynyard station which sells sausage roll, meat pies and another pastries with cheaper price starts from A$1.
4. Kangaroo steak
It might sound weird for me, as I never think that Kangaroo's meat is can be eaten and to be honest I still don't brave enough to try some as I always think Kangaroos are cute animal hahahaha. Hey but why don't you try some and explain to me how does it taste?
5. Emu, Kangaroo and Crocodile jerky
I found these jerky packages in Woolworths and Metro, some people said these are good as souvenirs for families and friends back home but I don't think they have a gut to try it.
Here come the most famous spread in Australia and the most hated spread by Australian at the same time (based on my Australian corespondents). I ever tried it once and yesss I don't like it, some of youngster in Sydney said it tasted really good. If you curious enough, you should try this spread when you visit Sydney.
7. Craft beer
Sydney is famous for its craft beer, well since I don't drink alcohol I think I can't tell much about it but I have some reference from local for good breweries in Sydney. 4 Pines brewhouse located in Manly area, this brewery serves the entire 4 pines range (Kolsch, Hefeweizen, Pale Ale, Stout and Extra Special Bitter). The Brewing Company located in Alexandria, it has 'Boxer' Red Ale, 'Hangman' Pale Ale, Butcher Porter, 'Governor' Golden Ale, The Convict Lager. Willie The Boatman located in St Peters, famous for its Willie The Boatman range, 'Foo Brew' Golden Ale, 'Todd's Trailer Ale' Pale Ale, 'Crazy Ivan' IPA, 'The Bulger' Pacific English special bitter and many others. You can also find wide range of local craft beer on bottle-o shop (caller for liquor shop in Australia).
8. Lamington Cake
Lamington cake is basically a sponge cake coated with chocolate and covered with desiccated coconut. It usually can be found in local supermarket like Coles and Woolworths or even in convenience store like seven eleven.
When it come to dessert, I will definitely love this dish. Well, it basically a meringue based dessert topped with fruits and whipped cream. This is actually the easiest dessert I can make in Sydney, because you can buy Pavlova based in local supermarket and just add the topping creatively.
10. Tim Tam
Ok this is not local food, you can actually find Tim Tam almost everywhere, but here in Australia they have unique flavors. If you come to Sydney, you might want to buy some special limited time flavors Tim Tam, such as Toffee apple, Pineapple, Mango, Coconut cream, Espresso Martini, Pina Colada and many more. Well not only in Sydney, you can also find those flavors on Coles and Woolworths around the country.
11. Doughnut Time