So, we gave our tummies a little break from “Weekend Brunch”, and slept in a little, lazed around a bit (to the sound of Future Music Festival booming over from the racecourse). What else can you do on Sundays? Suddenly Kirribilli markets sprung to mind, it has always been on my ‘to check out list’. I’ve walked past the markets on multiple occasions, during photo walks, or while on the job.. so never got the chance to go through it properly. The weather was too nice to be staying home all day, so I’m glad we made the little trip over the bridge.
We were there around 2:30PM and some of the second hand stalls were already packing up. Nevermind, there was still plenty to see in the arts and crafts section. I particularly noticed there were many Japanese inspired handmade items like the stall below. It reminded me of back in the days when my friend and I made these kinds of fabric bags and sold them on Etsy as well as the occasional stall at Glebe Markets. Ah, I miss those crafty days.
There were all kinds of cuisines at Kirribilli Markets, French Crepes was a tempting choice, but as always Gozleme wins as our favourite market day food.
I loved that this Gozleme stall served up one of the least oily Gozlemes we’ve ever had! So it was totally OK to order another plate to enjoy back near where we parked, overlooking the views of the harbour.
Mouthful of Gozleme… Not OK! Eating Gozleme and instagraming at the same time.. OK.
This is the cute top I picked up from ” The Dress Store” at the markets for $28. Loving the simple yet fun prints!