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SPICE ALLEY

A LITTLE TASTE OF ASIA

 

Red lanterns, small seats in front of brick walls, colorful chairs and tables, atmospheric wall paintings, rattling crockery, foreign languages – the Spice Alley invites you to Southeast Asia and not just in the culinary landscape.

 

The different fragrances tingling in our noses and we can not decide what to try first. Alex Lee serves authentic Singapore dishes, tuck in Thai for example Vietnamese street food and Old Jim Kee enchants his guests with the cuisine from Malaysia. Everyone ordered what he liked and is eaten together. The backyard holds many different seating arrangements, inviting and authentic. We notice families, business people, friends and couples, here everyone seems to be gathering. No matter if young or old, here everyone comes fort he good food.

 

A successful concept, which allows its visitors to be immersed – because anyone who goes through the red-painted gate reaches another world, far from the streets of Sydney.

 

Here some more impressions:

Spice Alley is located on Kensington Street and this only one highlight of many in this lively street. Read more here: www.kensingtonstreet.com.au

 

And if you want to know more about each kitchen, click here in the Spicy Alley Food Guide.

 

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