For deliciously crusty Vietnamese bread and pastries, it’s hard to look past Taste. The brainchild of a French baker, the baguettes are baked on-site every day – and every 15 minutes during the lunch rush – and stuffed with grilled meats and fresh salad ingredients. We’ll take one for now, and one for later, please.
It’s easy to miss this hole-in-the-wall as you’re strolling down the street, but those in the know are treated to delicious Vietnamese food at a cheep and cheerful price. Peek at the tables and you’ll see people tucking into steaming bowls of pho, Vietnamese sandwiches, rice paper rolls and doughnuts for dessert.
Zeus Street Greek
A simple philosophy of serving, this booming bastion of Greek cuisine is adored by Greek fanatics across the city. Zeus Street Greek in Rosebery comes across as less late-night kebab shop, more chic Mediterranean isles with food presented on ever-trendy wooden boards
Gelato Messina Rosebery (HQ)
Hardly needing introduction, the dessert gods have looked upon Rosebery with favour and graced the suburb with one of Sydney’s favourite gelato stores. Using only the best ingredients to create unique (and outrageously indulgent) flavours, Messina also offers five weekly specials that are celebrated by connoisseurs forever looking for gelato with an edge.
What started out as a small takeaway shop in Rosebery, making pasta to sell wholesale and retail, Adamo Pasta had to expand to cater to their growing popularity. Now a retail store with a dining area they make the most delicious pasta dishes. They also make premade dinners to take home.
Traditional Gyradiko Rosebery
Looking every bit the typical Mediterranean Island eatery, Traditional Gyradiko on Gardeners Road is the place to venture if you’re after a dose of Greek hospitality. With their meat roasted in the traditional way on a vertical spit, your gyros will have that quintessentially Greek flavour that’s difficult to find outside of Mykonos.