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Mixed Plate: fried falafels, eggplant, green salad, pickles, tomato, crispy onion, garlic vinegar, housemade tahini sauce and koshari.
Fitting in perfectly with the rich tapestry and melting pot of cultures that abounds in Marrickville, Koshari Korner on Addison Road brings a little slice of Egypt to Sydney foodies. Located in the Community Centre and named after an iconic vegan street food dish, this café began life as a pop-up stall and now boasts a bricks and mortar home, complete with twinkling fairy lights, vibrant carpets and wall coverings and sunny alfresco area. Koshari mixes lentils, pasta and rice into a single dish, topped with chickpeas, crispy onion rings and fragrant tomato salsa; also on offer are other Egyptian favourites like fried falafels, with green salad, pickles, tomato, onion and tahini. Perhaps chow down on a sambousek pastry, filled with sweet potato, onion, cashew, mild spices and dipping sauce.
Community Centre, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville 2204 NSW - See Map
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