When coming along to a full screening of One Day For Peace, why not make a night of it by tasting the local food?
We’ve pulled together our dinner recommendations for six of our screening locations, and thrown in a few ideas for dessert too.
Auburn is a foodie’s paradise. Stock up on groceries at the Nepali grocer ASAN BAZAAR or the Turkish ELIF MARKET or GIMA SUPERMARKET. In terms of dinner however…
As Bankstown is UTP’s HQ, we have oodles of recommendations for where to eat (check out our full Restaurant Guide under ‘How To Find Us‘) but here are a few favourites!
Blacktown has some excellent local fare, from the Westpoint food court to the main street.
If driving to Canley Heights there are great food options in Canley Vale (Vietnamese) Fairfield West (Italian) and Warwick Farm (Serbian). However if you’re bound to Canley Heights itself, we recommend the Thai and Laotian fare.
Liverpool is known for its Indian Cuisine. Lovers of Indian street food and sweets will be spoilt for choice. We like going to UDAYA SPICES for our pre-made spice mixes (163-183 George St. Liverpool). If you want to sit down for a meal…
Mt Druitt has some classic offerings from traditional milk bars to fish and chips, but PYT’s Karen Therese has two special recommendations for One Day for Peace audiences.
Parramatta’s main drag really does have something for everybody. You probably don’t need any help but here are our recommendations anyway!
A big thank you to Kirsty Ross, Karen Therese from Powerhouse Youth Theatre, and Eva and Tom from Western Sydney Community Forum for their recommendations.
Gaziantep Sweets & Pastry photo: Kirsty Ross