Sydneysiders love to queue. Here's where they're most likely to do it.
Line up for the best thing Chippendale's seen since sliced bread.
Are the queues for Sydney’s hottest new burger worth it? We waited it out in the rain to find out
These ice cream scrolls are blowing up on Instagram - and now you can get in on the action in Sydney
Sydney loves to line up for this authentic Mediterranean treat from food truck Knafeh
The queues started at 6am for this one-day only pop-up of In-N-Out Burger in Surry Hills
Another queue whose bark is worse than its bite: people get in and out of Mamak quickly, and 20 minutes for the best roti in town is a steal.
Sydney is going mental over the burgers at North Sydney joint, Five Points Burgers
These custard-filled balls from Emperor's Cream Puff come fresh off the hot plate and cost 30c a pop – we’d wait an eternity. Come at certain times at night and you might have to.
The security guards at Baxter Inn are Sydney’s best for time-passing banter while you're waiting to get in
There’s a reason why Gelato Messina draw World War Z-style hordes, but you have to ask: “How long is reasonable to wait for a cold thing to lick?”
You queue to get in, then queue to get wet, at Wet 'N' Wild
If you like top-40 (of all decades) and hate pretensions, this longest line on the Oxford Strip is one to join for Palms.
Voted People’s Choice in our 2013 Food Awards for its great cheese and pasta. But a three hour wait at Buffalo Dining Club tests the love.
Who wouldn't queue to get this view with dinner at Quay.
Appearances at Hong Ha can deceive: the line here snakes scarily down Botany Road but it races quickly towards some of the best banh mi on the planet.