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Chorizo baked eggs with roasted sweet potato, green pepper, tomato, tzatziki, zhoug and pita.
An Israeli-style menu aligning with the owners’ Jewish heritage is what awaits Sydney foodies at four ate five café on Crown Street in Surry Hills. Funky wall tiles and great artwork from local artists set the mood for casual dining in an open floor plan design while pondering dishes matching a Jewish Grandmother’s cooking. Must-try plates include beetroot labneh on sourdough with avocado, pickled onion, feta, herbs, shallots, poached egg and pistachio dukkah, along with makhlama – chickpea, tomato, butter bean and mushroom, with whipped lemon feta, a poached egg and chilli oil on grilled sourdough. Lunch-goers opt for a pastrami sandwich with tomato, Dijon, aioli, cheese, pickled cucumber and lettuce, or a falafel pita with chilli hummus; four ate five can also cater for your next event.
485 Crown Street, Surry Hills 2010 NSW - See Map
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