Having the iconic El Alamein Fountain as its backdrop, Organic Food Markets are now an established and much loved favourite amongst colourful locals and travellers alike.
And is it any wonder with offerings such as organic and conventional fruit and veg, homebaked yummies from Birgitta, Savoury Jems, French Bread, Tarte aux Fraises, Saucisson, Joy Oi, flowers, plants….you get the drift Grab a coffee and chow down on Bacon & Egg Roll, what the world pass by in this little nirvana but make sure you stop and say hi to the guys from the Wayside Chapel who are there selling over-flow items from their Op Shop. Always ready to share a story and if you are lucky enough you may just get a serenade as well! Eclectic, eccentric or just plain fun. Either way it’s a great place to get the organic fix and hang out with some old friends and quite possibly make some new! But above everything else these markets are on rain, hail or shine! So you can ALWAYS get your weekly organic fix! Location: Fitzroy Gardens, Macleay Street, Potts Point Parking: Parking Station, Street Parking, Close to Public Transport Saturdays: 8:00am – 2:00pm
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Inner Westies love their organic fare and fortunately for them Organic Food Markets Orange Grove are more than able to not only deliver but sate the appetite.
Along with the usual range of organic and conventional foods, there are gourmet goodies from areas such as France, Argentina and the like. An excellent venue also to meet the Producers who supply many of Sydney’s leading eateries. For most shoppers their Saturday ritual starts with a coffee from either Mayan or Cappucinno Afloat accompanied by either one of Bowen’s famed and queued patiently for Egg & Bacon Roll OR a French pastry. Hidden treasures are to be found at every turn such as Kimono (stunning!), Indigo Bazaar specialising in Fair Trade gorgeousness, free range beef and eggs, streetfood from around the world (Empanada, Gozleme, Dim Sum, Corn Bread pockets stuffed with South American yum) and the Vegans amongst us being amply catered to also! Word to the wise: get in early to avoid disappointment! Location: Orange Grove Public School (Cnr Perry St/Balmain Road) Lilyfield Parking: Street Close to public transport Saturdays: 8:00am – 1:00pm