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    Default Sydney : ideas for things to do?

    so i'm off to sydney in a couple of weeks for a weekend. going alone (dh and ds will stay home) and staying with my sister. just after a few ideas of cool places to go, namely for lunch or dinner. also where's good for shopping? keen to avoid all the usual obvious places! al ideas welcome! thanks!

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    Where does your sister live?

    Newtown is always fantastic for food, shopping, night out.

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    Mr Wongs for yum Cha at EST, circular Quay
    Pasticceria Papa at Haberfield for ricotta cheesecake or
    Mr Gees burger truck also at Haberfield (my DH is obsessed in these burgers!)
    Din Thai Fung at world square for dumplings
    China Doll at finger wharf
    Mejico in the city for great salmon tacos and the best white sangria !

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Where does your sister live?

    Newtown is always fantastic for food, shopping, night out.
    she's in maroubra. yeah i've been thinking about newtown! been shopping there before and it was really cool

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    is there much to do in double bay??

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    We used to go to Pink Salt restaurant in Double Bay but haven't been for ages, shopping is good but you will need $$$$
    Watson Bay pub is great for lunch/drinks on a weekend

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    i just looked up pink salt!!

    yeah i figured the shopping would be $$

    might need to narrow things down to a shortlist. it's my first baby free weekend in a while so i'm a tad excited

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    Yay! I'm sure you will have a great time

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    Yumcha sounds good

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    @Elijahsmum fab suggestions! If you're looking for something in double bay, Mrs Sippy is pretty good, but if you want something beautiful and swanky, go to the intercontinental (rooftop).
    Henry Deane has amazing views.

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