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The Grounds of the City
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Modern Australian | Sydney CBD
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Contemporary European | Sydney CBD
Glass Brasserie - Hilton Sydney
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Australian | Sydney CBD
Lotus Galeries
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Chinese | Sydney CBD
Steersons Steakhouse
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Steakhouse | Sydney CBD
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Italian | Sydney CBD
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Spice it up: Explore Glebe Restaurants.

Glebe Restaurants

Osaka Trading Co.Osaka Trading Co.
110 reviews
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Japanese | Glebe, Inner West

Staff was excellent, food was first-rate, and the location of the restaurant is definitely commendable. More

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ThieveryThievery
188 reviews
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Middle Eastern | Glebe, Inner West

Couldn’t recommend Thievery highly enough! Food was awesome, staff were friendly, really knew their stuff and the place had a good vibe. And did I mention the food? Honestly, so good. More

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Thuy Huong Vietnamese RestaurantThuy Huong Vietnamese Restaurant
1 review
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Vietnamese | Glebe, Inner West

We had a delicious meal. The food was excellent, as was the service. We were very pleased. More

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Himalayan Char Grill GlebeHimalayan Char Grill Glebe
1 review
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Nepalese | Glebe, Inner West

Great food and fantastic value, as always! We will definitely be back! More

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AhgoraAhgora
1 review
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Greek | Glebe, Inner West

Always excellent food and service. Very friendly staff. Can get a bit noisy but will still go there again and again. More

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Bombay Street KitchenBombay Street Kitchen
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Indian | Glebe, Inner West

Khau Gallis (literally translated to eat streets) bristle with old-world charm. Stuck, somewhere between the 19th and 21st centuries, they have become the heart and soul of the City. Narrow, dingy and indelibly worn by the passage of time, they are the ultimate paradise for food lovers

There are a million hawkers in Bombay, and a multitude of Khau Gallis. About more than just the food though, and in a City whose inequality is often inescapable, they have brought together people from all walks of life. Paanwallas mingle with politicians. Students, film stars and feared gundas queue for pau bhaji special and lovers meet to hold hands, but never kiss. The masalas are exquisite and Indian pop music blares on rusted speakers.

Welcome to our Bombay Street Kitchen. A humble tribute to Indian street food and the Khau Gallis, that remain, an essential part of the fabric of life in India.More