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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Harris Farm Markets, Broadway

harris farm markets broadway

As someone who loves to shop for food, Harris Farm Markets is as good a day out as any.

The Broadway outlet is hidden in the basement of the shopping centre; take the travelator near Coles down to the car park and reward will soon be yours.

Although it may lack some of the fresh air ambience of the Good Living Growers' Markets, there are more than enough edible goodies to hold your attention: a mosaic of stacked Sirena Tuna varieties, a chocoholic's delight of Ritter Sport, the Great Wall of Cheese, delicious Italian biscuits and a carb-loaded alcove of sourdoughs, fruit loaves and Afghan flatbreads.

morpeth sourdough
Morpeth Sourdough

chestnut tins
Tins of chestnut puree and whole chestnuts

cheese aisle
The Great Wall of Cheese

farmers yoghurt
Farmers yoghurt

The Harris Farm farmers yoghurt is divine -- so much tastier than the watery stuff from the supermarket. Inspired by the honey cinnamon version available, I make my own at home. Buy the plain version, add a small dollop of honey, lots of cinnamon, mix thoroughly and enjoy. It tastes like liquid cheesecake and by making your own you save yourself some dollars in the process too.

More money for other goodies. Hurrah!

nougat limar
Nougat Limar nougat

harris farm
Harris Farm Markets Broadway
Broadway Shopping Centre
Level B2 (Lower ground level)
Bay Street, Broadway, Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9212 6768

Open 7 days 7am-10pm

Other Harris Farm stores at: Bondi Junction, Castle Hill, Charlestown, Edgecliff, Erina, Manly, Merrylands, Mosman, North Strathfield, Orange, Parramatta, Pennant Hills, Penrith, Rhodes, St Ives and Willoughby.

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8 comments - Add some comment love

posted by Anonymous on 1/24/2007 12:59:00 pm


  • At 1/25/2007 5:38 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Markets are so pretty. Great photos!

  • At 1/25/2007 11:48 am, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    arggghhh!!! Now I just want to go home and nip up the road to do some fruit & veg shopping!!

    KT and I can usually be found in front of the wall of cheese with a blank stare on our faces every weekend.

    Also worth mentioning IMO is the great selection of dried beans, pes, lentils etc that are under just about all the Vegie displays towards the back, yummy!

  • At 1/25/2007 4:08 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That cheese wall looks great, as does the Morpeth Sourdough bread.

  • At 1/25/2007 4:27 pm, Blogger MissK said…

    I love their their yoghurt.
    I always go to Norton St Grocer,simiar to Harris Farm but they also have a deli counter,lots of Italian goodies,pasta and gelato.

  • At 1/25/2007 4:51 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I used to go to Harris for Fruits and Vegs when I lived in Glebe. Thank you for posting these pictures. Many memories coming back to me.

  • At 5/12/2007 4:04 am, Blogger dhempton said…

    "the great Wall of Cheese" is of legend where i live.. we salivate at eh prospect of a housemate coming home with some Leicster Red, king island black label brie, the Watsonia Cheddar, or the st Claire Swiss... all a complete delight... Everytime I go there there seems to be lots of hot girls milling around the cheese counter... is it some like RSVP pick up spot???

  • At 5/15/2009 8:15 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    wow it has just been renocvated looks fantastic with even more goddies

  • At 5/17/2009 1:35 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi David - Oh what a great idea. Cruising by the Cheese Wall for talent - and what a great way to find a perfect match too. Because hey, if they're into Stilton, they must have good taste :)

    Hi Anon - I did notice the complete grocery re-shuffle on a recent visit. Looks great, and makes grocery shopping even more tempting!


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