Angie Schiavone and her team of reviewers track down the best places serving meals for under $30 in New South Wales. Using a similar scoring system to the Good Food Guide, close to 540 city restaurants are put to the test, with awards in a host of categories.
For any eatery to be included in The Sydney Morning Good Food Under $30, the bill must be $30 a head or less, for two courses, not including drinks. While Good Food Under $30 Awards are given for extra-special eateries, every entry in the guide has been rated with either one, two or three stars, based on the food, value, ambience and service.
'Whatever the craving, and whatever the occasion, I hope readers enjoy eating their way through this guide,' Angie said.
About the Author
Angie is a fruiterer's daughter, lifelong Sydneysider, and freelance writer specialising in food, books and travel. She has been the regional editor of The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide for four years, and part of the Guide team for eight. Angie is back to edit the 4th edition of The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Under $30 guide (formerly Everyday Eats).
Number Of Pages: 184
Published: 1st March 2014
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Dimensions (cm): 12.0 x 16.5 x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.21
Edition Number: 1