NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote: ↑Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:16 pmSydney has enough good food places to enjoy just like Melbourne.Fred wrote: ↑Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:59 pmhttps://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.buz ... ne-nom-nom
26 Places That Prove Melbourne Is Truly The Food Capital Of The World
Melbourne is a city of amazing foods where all parts of the world are represented.
But Melbourne will never have any decent surf beaches in close proximity to the city no matter what they do.
Is a lost cause in that department for Melbourne.
Yes would agree on beaches. Not sure why this is so vital. Many great cities in the world don’t have beaches. And yes, have been to some great places to eat on Sydney with Doyle’s at Rose Bay and the one under the bridge both being very nice. I did find Sydney prices very expensive though for what you get. I just find the culture of eating out in Melbourne a whole different experience ... there’s a vibe to it... even getting breakfast there’s a vibe. That me though and only speaking for me. I did love China town in Sydney though and the best yum Cha I have ever had.
Sydney is just a different place ... with lots of great things too. Yes the beaches are okay (no Gold Coast) and the weather is a tad warmer to enjoy this. Circular quay is really nice and you can’t beat the opera house and bridge and the view of all that. The city I found too busy for me. And the driving and getting around ....crazy. I think it’s like comparing LA and New York .. two different places both with things to offer. Maybe you are either one or the other.