Monday, March 15, 2010

next lunch destination, city

After reading onebitemore's entry comparing the Olive and the Big Bite on Pitt, I ventured over to the very non-descript arcade on Pitt Street (easily identified though by the line threatening to snake out onto Pitt St) to attempt to conquer an entire sandwich for lunch. My smoked salmon (hold the tomato please, it'll just make my sandwich soggy for the next day's lunch) sandwich was delish but gigantic. Will need to return to the Olive once I make it back to being an inner city worker for comparison purposes.

Also spotted a new outlet of Taste Baguette on my wanderings - it's just been reviewed by he needs food and will save me from trekking over to Sussex Lane for my lemongrass beef baguette fix. Greatly distressed by the news that Taste is opening up at new usyd law school though - just a another kick in the guts after us 2008 grads had to put up with giant cockroaches, Cityrail-inspired air-conditioning (hot in summer, cold in winter) and that ever-present strange smell on level 5...

Big Bite on Pitt
250 Pitt Street (between Park and Market Streets)
Sydney NSW 2000

Open 7 days

Best way to jump the queue (without risking being stabbed by hungry officeworkers) - call ahead on (02) 9283 4700

Taste Baguette on Market Street
Corner of George and Market Streets (just abovethe escalators leading down to QVB from Myer)
Sydney NSW 2000

Open 7 days

Also at World Square and Foveaux Street in Surry Hills

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