I'm going to add this to the list of things I love about Sydney, although I have no idea if it's unique (I suspect not).
It's my favourite meal of all time: gozleme. You know - the moist doughy turnover with spinach, mince and cheese, handmade by Turkish mamas?
I had my first gozleme at Glebe markets in late highschool. Now they're everywhere - in a good way. You can get them at most marketstalls, and also at the foodcourt at Birkenhead Point. What makes a good gozleme is the even distribution of filling, not overcooked and not too oily. It totally whoops other market food.
Do you like gozleme?