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Woollahra Artisan Markets

Gourmet eats and gifts popping up every Sunday on Queen Street.
By Christina Gee
September 22, 2014
By Christina Gee
September 22, 2014

Bourke Street would probably argue, but everyone knows that Queen Street in Woollahra is the Paris of the East. Nothing better to close the case on the matter than the new Woollahra Artisan Market.

Setting foot in the market, one immediately hears French accents selling cheese, canelés and salami. Come for your weekly provisions from stalls selling organic produce, grass-fed meats, free-range eggs and organic breads. There are also plenty of breakfast/brunch/lunch options, with pastries, bagels and bacon and egg rolls on offer. Our pick is the pho by Eat Fuh (make sure you get the extra lemon and chilli) — it makes for great slurping in the sun.

The usual bunch of health nuts appear, with stalls selling herbs, paleo snacks, fermented stuff and gluten-free loaves heavy enough to do your bicep curls with. There are plenty of opportunities to blow cash on jams, oils, chocolates, cakes, ceramics and, of course, designer dog biscuits. This is Woollahra, after all.

The Woollahra Artisan Markets runs every Sunday from 8.30am - 2.30pm in the car park next to Zigolini's on Queen Street.

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