SEFA Kitchen is a charming little middle eastern restaurant located on Bondi Road. It's a hidden gem away from the busy beach strip and it's quite cosy and quaint. It was the perfect spot for a late afternoon lunch as the restaurant conveniently is open late for all day breakfast/lunch on the weekend.
I love the intricate cup and saucer that the turkish coffee comes in! This tiny coffee is very strong and sweet.
I rather enjoy the fact that SEFA has an all day menu, meaning that we can eat a mix of breakfast dishes and salads for lunch.
Fatteh is a classic Levantine breakfast dish. This salad was a delicious mix of fatteh (pieces of flatbread, toasted to a crisp), sweet pumpkin, chickpeas and sour yoghurt.
Fried brussels sprouts with almond tarator
This was hands-down my favourite dish; the brussels sprouts, cooked with middle eastern spices, and were so flavoursome. Do yourself a favour and order this dish!
The corn cake is fantastic combined with the avocado, beetroot relish and haloumi; it's also a very generous serving.
Overall, I was throughly impressed with all the dishes we ordered. Definitely a venue to keep in mind for a fine middle eastern option when in the Bondi area.