If you find yourself in Sydney's Capitol Square eating out is a thing of discovery and great rewards.
It is only a short stroll to Dixon Street and the other restaurant delights of Chinatown but it is also walking distance to great Thai, Korean, Spanish, Japanese, Greek and, of course, modern Australian. George Street has become the ‘Eat Street’ of Sydney but there are many and varied wonderful eateries in Goulburn, Liverpool, Pitt and Sussex Streets, World Square as well as along Cockle Bay and other parts of Darling Harbour. It makes for an interesting walk just getting out and about and exploring and the only real dining out tip we have are to look for places that attract a crowd.
Oh! And if you want arguably Sydney best pies and hotdogs, head around the corner to the Haymarket’s Harry’s Café de Wheels (outside the entrance to Capitol Square Shopping Centre) – famous since 1938 and still going from strength to strength!
For all your accommodation needs, Capitol Square Hotel by Rydges is slap bang in the middle of this multi-cultural cuisine smorgasbord and here is a link to a blog post devoted to the Harry's Cafe de Wheels journey timeline.
Photo of Harry's: The Food Pornographer