Kensington Street, Chippendale is Sydney’s hidden gem.
Sydney’s past present and future combine on Kensington Street, which sees colonial heritage houses sitting alongside metropolitan structures. A previously abandoned industrial brewery site, Kensington Street has been transformed into a melting pot of cultures and creativity, and is now home to a diverse range of establishments including exquisite bars and cafes, superb restaurants, renown galleries and inspired specialty retail stores.
Here, we’ve compiled a short itinerary on how to discover the beauty of East-Meets-West- all on one street, all in one day.
Hype up your morning with Glider KS café’s home-brewed coffee and signature Thai-fusion brunch, then satisfy your sweet tooth with some affordable fine-dining desserts at KOI Dessert Bar.
Spend the day getting inspired at the White Rabbit Gallery, which houses one of the world’s largest and most significant collections of contemporary Chinese Art.
Visit us in-store to browse our collection of stylish handcrafted shoes, and let us find you the perfect pair for every occasion. You canfind our store located in one of Kensington’s heritage houses at 28 Kensington Street, Chippendale.
Indulge in an exquisite dinner at Spice Alley, the hawker-style eatery that gives you a taste of a variety of popular Asian cuisines.
Bar Chinois, a French-Asian fusion bar, is the perfect place for an intimate evening rendezvous with friends.
Quickly becoming one of the city’s top lifestyle destinations, Kensington Street has now been nominated as Concrete Playground’s ‘Sydney’s Best New Precinct of 2016’. If you love Kensington Street as much as we do, vote here.
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