Gastronomy trip to Newcastle
The second largest city in Australia, adorned with historic architecture and surrounded by sandy beaches, is Newcastle.
It is recommended to visit Subo, where the menu combines the synthesis of Japanese and European cuisine.
Also worth a visit is the Mason restaurant, where you can try Harvey Bay scallops with sesame seeds, black rice and seaweed.
Una Volta is worth a look with a weekly menu based on tried and tested family recipes.
- Also, High End is a historic house that is a great place for a romantic candlelit dinner.
Rustica Restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine and a great oceanfront location.
2. Street food
The varied menu at Talulah Bar is characterized by quality and gourmet cuisine, as well as a friendly, sociable atmosphere.
On the streets of the city you can taste tapas, coffee and delicious ice cream.
Southeast Asian cuisine lovers should visit the Le Dynasty restaurant, which is famous for its excellent service and delicious beef and squid (or tofu) dishes.
- The Moore Restaurant combines culinary delights from North Africa, Spain, Portugal and the Middle East.
- Bold breakfasts and delicious snacks, perfect for coffee or homemade cocktails, can be sampled at the Saluna Café.
A visit to any seaside town is not complete without seafood. The best place is Sval at Bar Beach Kiosk. There is no extra charge for a breathtakingly beautiful panorama.
3. Road to Newcastle
Newcastle is located 2 hours north of Sydney, on the Pacific Naiway. You can travel by train from Sydney or by plane.