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Middle Eastern shakshuka eggs, with ground herb lamb, housemade sauce, cannellini, beans and Lebanese labneh, served with Turkish bread.
Soak up balmy breezes and river views at family-friendly café Fork and Spoon on Bowden Street in Meadowbank. This eatery is all clean lines with polished concrete floors, tiled counter and blond wood table settings, while trailing greenery adds a zen-like touch, ideal for lingering with friends over a coffee after dropping the kids at school, or a weekend bike ride with mates. With halal options on the Middle Eastern-inspired menu, start your day with Jimmy’s big breaky of free-range eggs, portobello mushroom, lamb kafta skewers, grilled halloumi, confit truss tomato, beetroot hummus, labneh and Turkish bread. Stop by later and wrap your hands around a 12-hour slow-cooked beef brisket roll, with housemade BBQ sauce, slaw, sliced pickled and hand-cut chips; or a Korean fried chicken burger.
153 Bowden Street, Meadowbank 2114 NSW - See Map