Food News – Food Tours
"You're always welcome here, to do your shopping, it is safe, like any suburb of Sydney," our Egyptian guide Sahar says encouragingly. It’s hard not to cringe a bit when Sahar explains Greenacre “is a beautiful village, the people here try as hard as they can to undo the perceptions people have of them from the media.”
Mafi Mitlo: Kazbah Street Food
Kings Cross on a Friday night used to resemble a war zone; well before we got lumped with a Liberal state government, that is. This makes the well-executed bunker fit out by Shawn West from 2D Studio, a little bittersweet for anyone who loved the vibrant Kings Cross of old.
With “Make Food Not War” neon leading into the Lebanese street food dugout bar; huge murals of Middle Eastern people in the cocktail bar; and a flight path map centralising the Middle East across the dining room; Kazbah’s Potts Point empire might be just what we need.
Emma’s On Liberty
When Emma and her son Anthony Sofy opened their family-run restaurant in the Inner West, there was no precedent for Lebanese (though it was popular in Western Sydney). The risk clearly paid off, because twelve years later, they’re still serving Enmore locals their family’s recipes on a residential back street.