Dutch Smuggler is a hidden gem hidden under some stairs and a large office building. Despite its hidden location, I visited Dutch Smuggler during my lunch walk as I was craving a toastie. This is quite literally a hole in the wall cafe and we all know how great finding a good hole in the wall cafe is.
Dutch Smuggler has some playful toastie combinations including their most popular and signature toastie – the magic mi goreng – a toastie that has mi goreng, egg and cheese in it. This toastie costs $9.90 but they also have a lunch combo of any toastie and coffee for $12.
Dutch Smuggler [menu]
200 George St, Sydney NSW 2000 (underneath the stairs by the EY building)
Eating here finally made me test my hypothesis that noodles in a sandwich tastes flipping good and I could conclude that. The mi goreng tastes both sweet and spicy. The bread was toasted perfectly. Overall, it was a really fun toastie to eat and that is just what the joy of food is about.
Also can we appreciate how cute this coffee cup is? It’s the cute baby pink aesthetic for me.
The service at Dutch Smuggler was quick and friendly. The food is at a reasonable price point and definitely worth a place for a quick snack.