After a couple of months touring various Sydney markets, Cliffwatcher is back at Frenchs Forest Organic Food Markets again this Sunday for one last time before Christmas. I’ve done so much ‘market research’ this year – testing out markets all over the city – but I’ve never found one I love as much as Frenchs Forest.
Tucked away in the back streets off Warringah Road, these sprawling markets are a smorgasbord of the most delicious organic produce available, alongside all sorts of other treats. From honey fresh from the bush, to singing bowls, to traditional Indian dosai for brunch, exploring the stalls here makes for the perfect Sunday morning.
If you’re coming along to visit, be sure to taste test my favourite stall, run by the lovely Philippa. Philippa makes the most divine and surprisingly-flavoured chocolates I’ve ever tasted. Chilli chocolates are her speciality, but I can’t go past anything with sea salt. Yum!
Other favourite stalls to look out for are the bush medicine plant stall, where you can find all sorts of delicious, edible plants with amazing properties to add to your garden; the Peruvian crafts stall, which sells the cutest baby shoes I’ve ever seen; almost anyone selling bread; and the never-ending organic fruit and veg stalls, of course…
So, if you’ve never ventured over the Roseville Bridge to the Forest, come say hi this Sunday!
8am – 1pm at Parkway Hotel, 5 Frenchs Forest Road East, Frenchs Forest