Although, I still don’t have the chance to visit Egypt, the first experience with Egyptian food was pleasant. In fact, where I tried this tasty cuisine, it was at Cairo takeaway in Sydney. A small restaurant that makes food inspired for the streets and homes of Egypt. Besides, in this place are feature the falafel, fuul and Koshary for those who avoid to eat meat. On the other hand, charcoal meats are on the menu as well. Because it’s part of the daily Egyptian cuisine.
Moreover, one of my favorites were the pockets. In other words, these are pita bread filled with pickles, chicken or lamb. But also, it can be be filled with falafel or cauliflower, plus the pickles and tahina.
Charcoal Chicken Pocket
After trying the chicken pocket at Cairo I really liked. Due to, the touch of toum a garlic sauce, plus the pickles and parsley, the authentic flavours of the Middle Eastern were imminent. As a result, it was so tasty.
Shakshouka Baked Eggs at Cairo Takeaway the dish that Samurai Gourmet fall in love
First of all, the fusion of sukuk Middle Eastern sausages, capcicum, tomatoes and eggs. It’s one of the most delicious Egyptian food that I have tried. Because all these flavours, in one dish only, it’s just beautiful. Also, remember me, a dish that I used to cook at home, such as scramble eggs with tomatoes. However, this one at Cairo is much better.
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Location Sydney, Australia
Qualification: Grateful/Very Good
Price: Average per person $25 AUD
Contact: 9517 2060
Address: 81 Enmore Road, Sydney