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Cabramatta : cuisine et restaurants

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Restaurant des Nouilles
“There is only one dish you need to order at this popular Cabramatta restaurant: crispy-skin chicken served with egg noodles. There’s always a queue to be seated, but don’t let that put you off—the staff move fast to bring out plates for hungry diners. The signature dish can be served either ‘dry’ or as a soup—go for the former, where the crispy-yet-moist chicken is served as a side to the noodles, in a tasty sauce and topped with coriander, lettuce, shallots, and fried garlic. There’s also a clear soup, which is a refreshing way to end the meal.”
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Restaurant spécialisé dans la viande grillée
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Restaurant
“Our favourite yum cha restaurant. Much, much better and cheaper than those in Chinatown (Haymarket). Located in Cabramatta, it’s a 50-min train ride from Central. A good excuse to get out of the city to check out Cabramatta - a slice of Vietnam in Sydney!”
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Restaurant végétarien/vegan
“Around 30 km southwest of the city, Cabramatta is known as Little Saigon for its large Vietnamese community. There are a lot of Buddhists, and a lot of vegan and vegetarian restaurants. This place serves affordable Vietnamese vegan food with authentic, home-cooked flavours. Their pho is delicious. As Cabramatta is quite far out of the city, I usually spend some time in the neighbourhood. There are lots of Asian grocers where you can get hard-to-find produce. I like to stock up on exotic fruits like fresh durian, jackfruit, and rambutan.”
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Boulangeries

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Boulangerie
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Supermarché
“Woolworths mostly specialises in selling groceries (vegetables, fruit, meat, packaged foods, etc.), but they also sell magazines, DVDs and stationery items. Woolworths currently operates 1000 stores across Australia: 968 Supermarkets and an additional 19 convenience stores carrying the same logo.[8] Some Woolworths supermarkets trade as 'Safeway' stores in Victoria, including three stores in Melbourne's suburbs and surrounding areas, and three in rural Victoria, as well as one in southern New South Wales.”
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