Discovering the culinary scene of Australia’s second-oldest city, Parramatta.

Parramatta lies in the west of Sydney and is vibrant, busy, and has an extensive history. Parramatta’s rich multicultural history is celebrated in the vibrant local food culture. Here, we will explore the many restaurants in

Parramatta, a city in Sydney, is renowned for its diverse cuisines. These range from Australian classics to world flavors. Circa Espresso serves delicious brunch meals and specialty espresso in a cozy atmosphere. Mama and Papas Italian restaurant offers delicious homemade pasta and pizzas.

Parramatta also has an excellent street-food scene. There are many food trucks that serve delicious and inexpensive food. One food truck, Greek Street Kantina serves up authentic Greek dishes, like gyros or souvlaki. Parramatta Farmers Market has a wide range of fresh foods from growers in the area and other artisanal products.

Parramatta, meanwhile, is also home to several fine-dining establishments which provide an elevated dining experience. Husk & Vine Kitchen and Bar features a menu with a modern Australian twist and carries dozens of wine options. El-Phoenician serves Lebanese Cuisine in a luxury setting. It also offers stunning views over the Parramatta River.

Parramatta’s nightlife is vibrant and exciting. Rooftop on the Prince Alfred Square has an Rooftop bar with views of the city. The emporium, a cozy and low-key bar with live music offers craft beer.

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