Move over Byron Bay, because lately Sydney’s eastern suburbs have been absolutely spilling over with A-listers.

First it was Saltburn star – and noted babygirl – Jacob Elordi, who was spotted smashing bacon-and-egg rolls at the local markets last year and, more recently, fighting with an ATM and catching a flick at the Palace Chauvel in Paddington as well as at the nearby Clovelly Hotel.

Now Kourtney Kardashian, along with husband and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, are in town, along with their three-month-old son, Rocky – who’s on his first international trip – and Kourtney’s well-travelled children, Penelope and Reign Disick.

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The family touched down in Sydney on Tuesday and immediately made a beeline to rock’n’roll burger joint Bondi Tony’s, where they took a snap for the restaurant’s Instagram.

Barker (who is vegan) and Kardashian also stopped by Sydney’s best-known fully vegan pastry outfit, Funky Pies. The Bondi cafe noted on Instagram that the famous couple ordered the store’s bestseller, the Funky Chunky: a shiitake mushroom and mashed-potato-filled pie, seasoned with onion and garlic.

After Barker jetted off to Perth to join his bandmates on the first leg of their Australia and New Zealand tour, Kardashian and her two children were spotted grabbing lunch at high-end Merivale outfit Mimi’s on Thursday. The Coogee restaurant has become quite the celebrity hotspot, with Margot Robbie shouting 126 diners a drink last year when she was in town promoting her coastal gin, Papa Salt.

Kardashian and her kids finished their day with the quintessential Sydney treat: a scoop from Gelato Messina.

So, there you have it: if you want to keep up with the Sydney food scene like a Kardashian, start with these four spots.