Paid PostPosted on Nov 7, 201711 Outrageous Things You Can Actually Eat In Sydney That You'll Want To Photograph FirstEat with your eyes AND your stomach. Now stop drooling and get on a plane to Australia!by Aussie News Today by Australia.comBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Mi Goreng Toastie, Dutch Smuggler It only takes one bite to realise this is no ordinary toasted sandwich. With layers of instant mi goreng noodles, melted cheese, and a fried egg (yolk still oozing) toasted on lightly buttered white bread, this genius creation will do all the right things to your taste buds. 2. The Doshi, Fish Market Cafe Tucked inside the Sydney Fish Markets, the Fish Market Cafe is home to the hybrid doughnut-sushi you didn't know you needed. White or purple rice topped with everything from salmon to scallops to soft-shell crab, these little guys are as delicious as they are Instagrammable. 3. Sea Salt Soft Serve, Aqua S There's something about the combo of sugar and salt that's incredibly moreish, which might explain the addictiveness of this ~etherial creation~. The smell of the toasted marshmallow, the crunch of the popcorn, the sound of the popping candy, and the sight and taste of it all will send you into sensory overload. 4. Raindrop Cake, Harajuku Gyoza Equal parts food and science, this is one of those times you should definitely play with your food. True to its name, this fascinating blob tastes kinda like water...but once you're done jiggling (and giggling), drizzle over some of the syrup and sprinkle on the matcha and pistachio crumb, and you've got yourself a pretty sweet dessert. 5. Baoger, Belly Bao The love child of the bao (a popular Taiwanese street food) and a burger, the baoger is everything a hybrid food should be. The fluffy, slightly sticky bao bun and pickled radishes are the perfect companions to the American cheese atop the salty Angus beef patty, chargrilled and still slightly pink in the centre. 6. French Toast, Cuckoo Callay Can't decide between toast or cereal for breakfast? This brioche French toast coated in Crunchy Nut cornflakes is made for you. It's dolloped with house-made banana jam and ice cream and finished with angular shards of a delicate chocolate meringue. And yes, you can still eat it for breakfast. 7. Starburst Dumplings, Luyu & YumYum One look at these tasty rainbow morsels and you'll realise they're no regular dumplings. Created in the same style as xiao long bao (or soup dumplings), they're filled with chicken instead of pork, and the rainbow dough is fruit-infused (though you can't really taste it). 8. Bacon Mac Daddy, Cuckoo Callay What do you get when you combine bacon mac 'n' cheese, fried bacon, sweet bacon jam, French pastries, and a perfectly poached egg? This completely outrageous croissant situation. There. Are. No. Words. 9. Roti Tisu, Mamak Flakey and crunchy; salty and sweet. The dough for Malaysian bread, roti, is spread out wafer-thin on a hotplate before being delicately constructed into a cone. Best enjoyed with a healthy drizzle of sweetened condensed milk. 10. Rainbow Bagel, The Tiny Giant Rainbow-swirled bagels slathered with cream cheese, piled high with fresh berries, and topped with Persian fairy floss; this is the stuff unicorn dreams are made of. We don't know why rainbow things taste better, but they do. 11. Bloody Hell, Bloody Mary's Redefining the word "garnish", in addition to the traditional celery stick, the Bloody Hell is loaded with a buffalo wing, mini burger, and prawn. The Bloody Mary itself is made with fresh tomato juice, a dash of fish sauce, and as much (or as little) hot sauce as you want to add yourself. Photos by Emily Gulli / BuzzFeed Ready to eat your way through Sydney? Start planning your trip to Australia today.