Glebe Point Rd, Glebe
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Glebe Point Rd offers little shops and cafes in streets lined with Victorian townhouses. Stop for a coffee and pastry at one of the many excellent bakeries. Or at night, enjoy a meal at an ethnic cafe. Then take a stroll along the side streets admiring the Victorian townhouses and their flower-filled gardens. You can walk down to Blackwattle Bay Park or Jubilee Park/Federal Park for a waterfront stroll.
On weekends this area comes alive with residents popping into the little flower and fruit shops, and meeting friends at the cafes. Try Tom-Yum Tum-Gang Thai Takeway at 249 Glebe Point Rd, which has the best Pad Thai I've tasted (for only $10). Ah, I want to eat some right now! Bakers Delight at 341 Glebe Point Rd (which has stores throughout Sydney) has delicious fruit scones and decadent gooey-sweet apple walnut scrolls.
Because of its proximity to Sydney University, hip students hang out in the cafes here.
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There is plenty of parking for your car along Glebe Point Rd.
You can also take the tram (metro light rail) toward Lilyfield and get off at the Glebe stop.
Buses #431, 432, 433, 434, and 370 lead to Glebe.
Tom-Yum Tum-Gang Thai Takeway, 249 Glebe Point Rd, call 806 50859.
Bakers Delight, 341 Glebe Point Road, call 9552 1960.
Astor Espresso, 166 Glebe Point Road, call 8065 4414.
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Overall Visitor Rating: Unrated.