Soul Pop Outfit Brother Brad’s Top 5 Sydney Feeds
Serving delicious, horn-filled groove throughout the city, Sydney Soul Pop outfit Brother Brad are holding high with their latest single 'My Girl’ which is featured off their infectious EP ‘Get Around’.
Combining backgrounds in Jazz and Pop with their love of Reggae and RnB, the boys effortlessly create smooth music that you can get down to. We sit down with the outfit to find out what their top 5 Sydney feeds are.
Hanoi Quan – Marrickville
Vietnamese beef pho is an Inner-West staple, we go here multiple times per week. Rose and her son Johnny own and run the restaurant – super friendly people! Try the hot and sour fish soup if you wanna mix it up!
Jasmins – Lakemba
Classic Lebanese food. The best I’ve had. Mixed plate is a must. Death by garlic sauce is not such a bad thing – make sure you take 2L of water to bed with you!
Costa Do Sol – Petersham
The Portuguese food here is incredible. Chicken, beef and lamb skewers are all winners. Soaking up the sauce from the garlic prawns with a bread roll is one of my favourite culinary experiences!
(Special note: the $11 lunch-time specials haven’t changed price since the 90’s, we’re deadest robbing them!)
Tandoori Hut – Enmore
Hot curries, fresh naan, open all night – classic late-night feed spot. Our family has been eating here for years. In yesteryear, we used to go out the back with Chris (son of the owner) and try to pick his wrong’un while we waited for our food to come. Lamb curry on the bone is a special.
Saray – Newtown
Another late-night doozy, Saray caters to all your Turkish pide and kebab needs. Urban legend has it that the ‘Dad’s Special’ was actually named after our very own father, who used to order a vegetarian with the lot with sucuklu (Turkish sausage)! Mixed dips with green beans and eggplant hits the spot every time.