1. Tramsheds Address: 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge The industrial area and tram depot has been transformed into one of the new food precincts of Sydney. What you will see here are some top notch food outlets, in an amazing new setting. It's close to the light rail station and has ample parking available.
As a 2017 special, popular middle-eastern outlet, Bekya, will also start serving breakfast on the weekends.
2. Spice Alley Address: Kensington St, Chippendale NSW 2008 This hidden Asian hawker lane is a laneway under lanterns. Treat yourself to Thai, Malaysian or Vietnamese from Mekong and if you crave desserts, KOI dessert bar is just around the corner.
If you haven't been to this side of town recently, head there right away. The streets of Barangaroo have been transformed into this chic and sophisticated food destination. The streets of Barangaroo bring food courts, restaurants, cafes and retail spaces all easily connected via the Wynyard walk.
4. Hawker lane, Chatswood Westfield Address: 1 Anderson Street, Chatswood From Noodle warriors, to Dumplings and Co., or kathi rolls at Chachu's or the flavours of Madame Nhu, the Chatswood Westfield mall's Level 2 has become very popular now for the hawker lane style food court. Though this has been operational for over a year, it can be easily missed amidst the retail outlets, so make sure you find it and enjoy the flavours.
5. Macleay street Darlinghurst Address: Macleay street, Darlinghurst
This street has always had many amazing eating options but a few have recently been doing the rounds on social media including the saganaki cheese at The Apollo and the vegetarian set menu at Yellow.