Sefa Kitchen is the understated Middle Eastern restaurant in Sydney with a super hearty menu. Under the new management of chef Mohamed Kharboush (ex-Kazbah) and Bill Vuki (ex-Attica), the feasts at Sefa are created with years of cooking in Egypt by the two.
The menu here is inspired by an ancient region called Levantine which is the Mediterranean part of the middle East, covering Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Syria, Cyprus and the South East corner of Turkey. This means you’ll find a delicious combination of food traditions with a strong use of legumes, dairy, grains and spices.
At the heart of all dishes lies all things meze and sustainable so expect a whole lot of sharing and locally sourced feeds with grass-fed and hormone free meats.
The crew here also plate up the ultimate lazy lunch sessions on weekends. Once again inspired by the Levant, you’ll find Lafay lunches which means you’ll be downing a heap of flatbread, slow-cooked meats, Israeli salad, north African dips and housemade pickles.
Image credit: Supplied