Fairfield is one of the most culturally diverse suburbs in Australia, with more than half of the residents having been born overseas. The majority of residents speak a language other than English at home, with the two most common ones being Arabic and Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, respectively. With 133 nationalities amongst its 190,000 residents it’s the very definition of multiculturalism.

With such a diverse range of nationalities in one area, Fairfield has one of the best and most unique food scenes in Sydney. There are many restaurants, bakeries and delis in Fairfield, so if you come to PYT, you need to make sure you do a little food shopping and leave with a bag full of middle eastern sweets and breads. Some of our favorites include Aladdin’s Sweets, Franks Lebanese, Il Iraqi for an Iraqi food experience, Grandpa’s Nuts and Paula’s for the best South American deserts.

Here is a Fairfield food blog with many of the wonderful places to go in Fairfield.

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