The Inner West Is About To Score A New Spot For Ethnic Eats And Coffee

By Simone Jovel
8th Mar 2018

It’s no surprise that International Women’s Day brings us stories of inspiring AF women. Which is why when we heard a venue inspired by the women behind Good Shepard were headed to Sydney’s Inner West to change up the dining scene and do good at the same time, we had to tell you all about it.

Aptly named Four Brave Women, after the four nuns that founded the organsation after arriving in Australia by boat 155 years ago, their new Summer Hill locale will bring a culture shock in the most delicious way to the Inner West’s already pumping restaurant scene. With Ethiopian breakfast and Iranian lunch and dinner (word on the street is that this will be buffet style, with three different plate sizes to choose from—BYO stretchy pants). And whilst you’re all but guaranteed an entire table filled with delectable eats, the biggest bonus is that the venue will be staffed with a rotating roster of male and female refugees who also arrived by boat (or plane) in search of a new life.

With a rotating menu, meaning all of the choice you so rightly deserve, the eats will depend on who is behind the pans, with refugees from different cultures bringing their unique flavours to your plate. The one thing that won’t rotate is the coffee, which if there’s one thing we demand consistency from it’s our daily cup of joe, with Coffee by Adis Kitchen serving signature Ethiopian flare to start your day off right.

Four Brave Women is set to open in Summer Hill this month.

Image credit: Nathan Dumlao Unsplash

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