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Time Out's Guide to Spice Alley

All the stalls. What to expect

Photograph: Anna Kucera

Spice Alley is a little piece of Singapore in Sydney. But the food isn’t limited to Singaporean, oh no. There are tonnes of choices to choose from. Here’s our guide to the hottest hawker market in town.

The ten best things to eat and drink at Spice Alley
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The ten best things to eat and drink at Spice Alley

Get your mouth around this edible bucket list.

Alex Lee Kitchen - Spice Alley
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Alex Lee Kitchen - Spice Alley

Is this the best roti in Inner Sydney? 

Hong Kong Diner - Spice Alley
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Hong Kong Diner - Spice Alley

A little taste of Hong Kong in Chippendale

Old Jim Kee - Spice Alley
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Old Jim Kee - Spice Alley

Serving some of the tastiest food at Spice Alley right now

Bang Luck Thai Street Food - Spice Alley
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Bang Luck Thai Street Food - Spice Alley

A gluten-free Thai eatery 

Kyo-To - Spice Alley
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Kyo-To - Spice Alley

Try the okonomiyaki

Koi Dessert Bar
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Koi Dessert Bar

Beautiful cakes and killer coffee on Kensington Street

Glider KS
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Glider KS

A cute-as-a-button café just off Spice Alley

Bar Chinois
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Bar Chinois

Fusion French eats in Chippo

Lower Mekong
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Lower Mekong

A Vietnamese eatery on the edge of the action

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Julie J
Julie J

Lots of detail on spice alley except where it is?????