The Women’s World Cup is well-and-truly underway. For anyone visiting Sydney during the event, the city has many female-owned restaurants across the city that are a must-try during the Women’s World Cup (or at any other time). Sydney's dining scene is enriched by a number of talented female chefs, so throw your support behind them while you’re in Sydney while you are cheering on your National Team.
Bloodwood - Newtown’s community focused Bloodwood strives to offer visitors bold and heartfelt food and drinks. Head chef and owner Claire Van Vuuren and team provide exactly that thanks to an ever-changing menu designed around share plates and locally sourced food.
www.bloodwoodnewtown.comLucky Kwong - Celebrity chef Kylie Kwong’s casual eatery Lucky Kwong promises (and delivers) locally sourced, handmade food that’s big on flavour. Head to Eveleigh for noodles, dumplings and other Australian-Cantonese dishes at this canteen-style lunch-only restaurant. www.luckykwong.com.au
Bad Mama - For an atmospheric drinking and dining experience head to Bad Mama in Surry Hills. Gemma Lin’s establishment is influenced by the tastes and vibes of both Taiwan and Japan, so expect crispy duck pancakes, teriyaki wings, dumplings and more. www.badmamabar.com
Zushi Barangaroo - Co-owned and managed by Serena Ang, Zushi offers a modern take on the Japanese Izakaya, using fresh, seasonal produce. The location, among the line of waterside restaurants at Barangaroo, is almost as impressive as the food. www.zushi.com.au
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Sarah Bryans 24/07/2023