PETERSHAM At A Glance
Smack-bang in the middle of the inner-west, Petersham is one of Sydney’s newest dining and drinking destinations. It’s not as flashy as its neighbours, but that’s part of its charm. For years, locals lapped up everything the suburb had to offer. Now, the rest of us are learning what it’s all about – community, energy and really good food.
The thriving foodie scene and, especially, the amazing authentic Portuguese food on offer, from pastries to charcoal chicken.
Dubbed ‘Little Portugal’, the Portuguese food is seriously good, and Daisy’s Milk Bar is somewhat of an institution with amazing milkshakes.
Sir Donald Bradman made his first appearance in grade cricket at Petersham Park, back in 1926.
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