Exploring Eastwood Food Guide
Eastwood isn’t famous or popular compared to other neighbourhoods such as Newtown or Surry Hills. However it’s jam packed with delicious Asian food.
You can find some great Korean options on one side and Chinese food on the other.
I’m going to show you a few of my favourite places to eat in this underrated foodie neighbourhood.
Shop 3/163 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
Bread Top is a Hong Kong style bakery making a lot of classics as well as some new delicious creations.
There’s seats and tables available for you to enjoy your buns right away, which is convenient if you’re looking for a light bite in the middle of the afternoon.
My go to is the sausage bun.
139 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
A small cafe I reckon makes pretty good coffee. Should give them a try if you’re nearby.
Tan Viet Noodle House
209 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
Ok, Tan Viet isn’t Chinese food. BUT it’s a personal go-to spot for soup noodles when I’m in the area.
The broth is amazing. The beef is always meaty and fresh, and the noodles are always cooked perfectly.
It just never disappoints.
8 Railway Parade, Eastwood NSW 2122
One of my favourite places to grab Korean side dishes for making Korean BBQ at home or other dishes.
Hukuya Sushi Bar
1/25 Railway Parade, Eastwood NSW 2122
Mirac Korean Restaurant
118 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
Mirac Korean Restaurant makes great Korean style soups and other stomach warming dishes like beef bone soup and ginseng chicken.
87 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
A decent option for Korean BBQ in the area with a wide selection and options available.
La Vigne Bakery
82 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
A Korean bakery that makes a lot sweet breads I like. Also, there’s a really nice hidden outside garden area at the back. Great for a lazy afternoon, or bringing your laptop over to study/work.
127 Rowe St, Eastwood NSW 2122
A Hong Kong style diner that serves dishes you would find in any typical diner in Hong Kong. From roast meat, baked rice, stir fry noodles.
A great option for Hong Kong diner food.