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The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - INSIDER -

1 BEER AND BEEF SAND­WICH

At this craft brew­ery they only brew it “batch by batch”. But what they do pro­duce is some of the most in­ven­tive beer on the mar­ket, in­clud­ing their sour ales.

BATCH BREW­ING CO, 44 SY­DEN­HAM RD

2 BREKKIE BLISS BOWL

The vi­brant hues of the sea­son­ally fresh pro­duce are en­tic­ing but know­ing it’s been de­vel­oped by a nu­tri­tion­ist and sourced from lo­cal pro­duc­ers makes it a dou­ble win.

WAR­REN & HOLT, SHOP 4, 415-421 ILLAWARRA RD

3 HOME­MADE GELATO

Keep an eye on the pro­duce mar­kets be­cause if it’s in sea­son and owner Franco Ris­er­vato likes it, he will use his trusty gelato maker to serve up a batch.

GELATO FRANCO, 281 MAR­RICKVILLE RD

4 SAL­MON POKE BOWL

Most ev­ery­thing at this his­toric ho­tel is sourced lo­cally and made in house. The burg­ers are a treat but for some­thing a bit health­ier, try the sal­mon poke bowl.

THE HEN­SON, 91 ILLAWARRA ROAD

5 PHO TAI CUON

At the core, it’s a Viet­namese restau­rant but there are also in­flu­ences from Korea, China and the Mid­dle East. For ex­am­ple, try this in­spir­ing Viet­namese take on beef tartare wrapped in rice noo­dles.

HELLO AUN­TIE, 278 ILLAWARRA RD

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