Edgeware for beer, curry, and doughnuts
Avenues magazine has been collecting the best places to eat and drink in the suburbs. Today, we present a guide to the best Edgeware has to offer.
Try Bailies Bar and Restaurant (1066 Colombo St) in Edgeware Village.
It's open for brunch, lunch and dinner and there's outdoor seating for sunny days. Tuck into hearty meals, such as bangers and mash, or tackle a ploughman's platter.
A few paces away, in the mini-mall at 76 Edgeware Rd, you'll find Sema's Thai Cuisine with an extensive menu, including favourites such as fish cakes and green curry; Japanese restaurant Tomi, where the emphasis is on a typical Japanese dining experience; and Coriander's, which offers a great range of delicious Indian curries and other authentic dishes.
For award-winning coffee, head over to the family-friendly caf Ris'tretto Espresso Caf and Roastery (670 Barbadoes St) for a range of deli food and delicious treats for those with a sweet tooth.
If you're stuck for dessert, how about a tray of designer doughnuts from The Donut Boutique (569 Barbadoes St)? Mouthwatering flavours include Mesmerising Mint, Apple Crumble and the wickedly delicious Outrageous Oreo.