That’s right, terrible puns and all it is almost Easter time! The one of many historically religious holidays in Australia, that has been hijacked in modern times and transformed into a weekend of food worshipping.
Easter eggs by somewhereintheworldtoday; Flickr
The very same holiday which leaves us all scratching our heads wondering how chocolate eggs relate to the resurrection and how images of bunny’s and baby animals relate to our now encroaching Autumn.
Still, this is not to say some of our Easter traditions aren’t enormous amounts of fun. Following the Easter bunny’s trail and searching for the chocolate stash before your sibling’s steal it all-was always the highlight of Easter Sunday for me.
So to celebrate the spirit of the great Easter egg hunt, we have put our own DH spin on things.
Take a look at the map of Sydney CBD and follow the trail to lead you to some of the tastiest Restaurants offering home delivery in the city.
1. Hungry Hunter Café Breakfast
As the name suggests, this is the perfect place to start the Easter hunt! It is also a great place for a big tasty breakfast. Grab a toasted Bagel, Bacon and Egg roll or create your own Gourmet sandwich.
2. Shoyu Japanese Lunch
Just a few streets up is Shoyu- Japanese cuisine in the city with seriously great prices. Try the Okkonomiyaki, delicious Japanese omlette with seafood and veggies. Or order the Cha Udon- Green Tea noodles served hot or cold.
3. Made in Italy CBD Afternoon Snack
Just a Hop, skip and a Jump away is the home of Passione Italiano! A freshly cooked slice of pizza in the afternoon is always a good decision. Why not get stuck into the ‘Australiana’ topped with tomato sauce base, bacon, egg, Mozzarella cheese, oregano, fresh parsley.
4. Curry At the Rocks Dinner
Time to get spicy! Fantastic curries, hot and puffy Naan bread, washed down with a Lassi! Or perhaps in honour of Good Friday, try the amazing Bengali fish with coriander, mustard seeds and special spices. Finish your Easter feast, getting cosy and enjoying a delicious Indian banquet.
Tuck in and have an Eggsellent Easter!