Sydney, Australia, has a great street food culture that regularly impresses visitors with its diversity. The city’s streets don’t only offer Australian cuisine staples but also a variety of dishes from all parts of the world.
We would recommend trying as much of Sydney’s street food as possible. But if that is not an option, then at least ensure you don’t miss these amazing street dishes.
Putting a beetroot on a burger might seem outrageous in other parts of the world, but in Australia, it is the norm. Beetroot burgers are extremely popular here and let us tell you, they might be onto something. Beetroot burgers come in several varieties, including regular burgers topped with slices of beetroot and veggie burgers with beetroot patties.
Australian Barbecue Snags
Australians love their barbecue, and it reflects in the city’s street food. One of the most popular BBQ items here is barbecue snags, which are sausages made out of beef and pork meat. They are sometimes brushed with garlic and served on a piece of bread with a side of caramelized onions and BBQ sauce.
Meat pies are extremely popular in Australia. You’ll often hear that the Aussies do the best meat pies in the world, and the ones found on the street of Sydney actually contribute to the argument.
Hot Jam Donuts
The hot jam donuts originated in Melbourne but quickly found their way to Sydney because they are so delicious. They are made with yeasted dough and filled with jam before fried, making them great to eat while they are still hot.