By Thang Ngo
Noodlies, Sydney food blog is less about sausage rolls and more about Vietnamese fresh rolls (goi cuon), less triple-cooked pork cheek fine dining and more about the humble ma & pa run eateries.
Noodlies uncovers authentic, culturally diverse food and culture around Sydney. I live in south western Sydney – a wonderful, exciting, culturally diverse place which never ceases to surprise and delight. SBS sums up noodlies pretty well:
“Embedded in Cabramatta in Sydney’s culturally diverse south-west, Thang Ngo reports on popular restaurants as well as hole-in-the-wall eateries which still serve exciting authentic food. Vietnamese, Chinese, Lao, Thai, Cambodian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Italian, Chilean, Korean… he’s eaten, blogged, and lived to tell the tale.”
There are lots of blogs about CBD and inner city Sydney eating, but not much that I could find that features food in our area.
In particular food that is fast, tasty and fresh. I reckon that’s got to be the specialty of the area. A bowl of steaming hot pho can be on your table within two minutes of ordering.
I wanted a blog that’s the answer to “where to eat in Cabramatta?” and “what’s the best restaurant in Cabramatta?”.
Hope you enjoy the food highlighted here.
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Food, travel & lifestyle
Life is about food and more. While food will always be the main focus for noodlies, I’ll also be blogging about travel and other lifestyle issues that take my interest. Check out my recent posts on Singapore and Malaysia.
Love to know your thoughts about the new, noodlies, Sydney food and travel blog.
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About me (Thang Ngo)
According to the Sydney Morning Herald:
“Thang Ngo is a food writer and commentator and writes the noodlies.com food blog, contributes to SBS Feast Magazine and reviews for The Sydney Morning Herald Everyday Eats [now Good Food Under $30].”
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