Sydneysiders looking to rectify a grumbling stomach on a Sunday afternoon are invited to sample the culinary wares at the Marrickville Market.
Food stalls at Marrickville Market
The Inner West suburb's weekly market has a generous selection of ready to eat food and fresh produce.
If you happen to be nearby, it's a great place to visit. The leafy venue makes for a relaxing atmosphere with a true community feel.
Out of this world food on sale
Food on offer ranges from baked goods to German Bratwurst.
I sampled the pork belly from the Bratwurst stand - it was a delicious, tender, flavourful mid-afternoon snack.
Tasty pork belly will set you back $9
The produce on offer is well priced (better value than many local grocers) and extremely fresh.
Produce on offer at Marrickville Market
There's also some non-food market regulars like vintage clothing stalls, crafts and booksellers - worth a quick browse when walking off a filling lunch.
Vintage vendors offering some unique finds
Musicians frequent the market as well, offering an accompanying soundtrack to veg shopping.
The obligatory bouncy castle is inviting for families with kids, and the Facebook page does advertise pony rides, but no ponies were spotted on the day.
If it's a laid back Sunday you're looking for, Marrickville Market is a lovely venue.
A clothing vendor and a relaxing spot to eat lunch
Where: 142 Addison Rd, Marrickville - walking distance from Enmore and Newtown.
Why: Good for a lazy Sunday afternoon snack and organic produce shopping.
Cost: Free entrance. Meals for around $10, and the organic produce is reasonably priced.
When: Every Sunday from 8:30-3pm