Newtown's smaller sibling has more than its fair share of excellent diners – here are our favourites.
Natural wines, live music and fried chicken.
Enmore has traditionally played second fiddle to Newtown and its commercial strips; but a slew of new cafes are overturning that perception.
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Where Sydney’s taxi drivers go for late-night Pakistani.
The first solo venture from pastry maestro Andy Bowdy and his partner, ex-Hartsyard manager Maddison Howes.
The pokies are gone and Big Buck Hunter is in. The Duke is back with a new look, vegan pub grub and a Sunday roast just like nan’s.
Bright-green felafel, rolls stuffed with charcoal lamb and a Cairo brunch.
An all-vegan Thai restaurant with “fish” curry and a special take on “Buffalo wings”.
At one of Sydneys' only Nigerian restaurants you can order goat stew, jollof rice, Nigerian meat pies and a traditional, spicy west Nigerian dish, ofada stew.
This social enterprise serves soft-shell crab roti-tacos with mango salsa as well as more traditional home-style food, alongside punchy, spice-driven cocktails.
This classic, family friendly pub pours local brews and could have the greenest beer garden in the inner west.
A local Italian restaurant with an even more local focus.
A Turkish meze bar hidden in a former hair salon is serving charcoal meats, Turkish booze and street food.
A beloved, family run restaurant in Enmore is doing casual street food just like they would eat at home.
New South Wales' oldest running live music venue.
A pub, Chinese restaurant and cocktail bar in one. Trust Merivale to be behind this one.
This family run gelato bar was crowned the world's best back in 2014. Years on, it's still one of Sydney's best – and most popular – spots for gelato.
Record store by day, bar by night – this New Orleans-style juke joint oozes cool.
Oversized New York-Style Pizzas. Order by the slice or walk away with a 22-inch pie.
A highlight destination for date night: tiki cocktails, low lighting and a red velvet curtain.
Probably the only place you can get a sake negroni, chicken-skin skewers, a Japanese egg sandwich and a biodynamic Nebbiolo.
Like sitting in the living room of a rather pleasant and interesting coffee fanatic.
Everything you need for your bike, plus beer and espresso.
The third in a mini-chain of popular Israeli eateries.