It’s the season of street festivals here in Sydney with one of the city’s largest held today – the Glebe Street Fair. Predominately street food focused it did however have your usual knick-knacks, clothing, antique and jewellery stalls. Spanning a kilometer long the fair runs down Glebe Point Road and attracts more than 100,000 people each year.
It was 10.30am when I visited the fair and I couldn’t believe how busy it already was. Glebe Point Road was packed with patrons enjoying the stalls, entertainment and of course, indulging in the street food. From Turkish, Spanish, German, Italian, Korean to Japanese – the fair serves up one hell of an international foodie experience.
Classic dishes/dessert I couldn’t resist included a German bratwurst hotdog, Spanish seafood paella and to finish things off – a refreshing and delicious mango and yogurt gelato.
Here is why the Glebe Street Fair remains one of Sydney’s longest running and favoured festivals:
Have you visited the Glebe Street Fair? What were your favourite market stalls and street food dishes?