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As a very international country, most Australians have tried Bahn Mi and had their fair share of good Greek Meze. Maybe you’ve even been exposed to Turkish or Sri Lankan cuisines. But how about a Venezuelan Arepas or Egyptian tagines? Every corner of the world has their own specialty, here we put together a list of lesser known cuisines that we think have to be on your to-do list this weekend. You won’t be disappointed.
We all have heard about Kenya. Probably the first things that come to your mind are Elephants and Lions, beautiful sunsets or stunning golden beaches. However, have you heard- or been lucky enough to try- their amazing food? If not, we have to say you’re missing an amazing flavour. But no worries, we have some places where you go on a mouthwatering journey into the country’s soul.
’Karibu Kenyan Cuisine’ is a food truck that moves around Brisbane offering the most tasty Kenyan food that will make you come back again and again. Our go-to: Mombasa Beef Coconut Curry and the meat Sambusa. Stay tuned in to their Facebook as they are constantly updating where they are going to be next.
If you’re visiting Auburn, it is your lucky day. ’Salam’ is an East African Cuisine Restaurant that is the perfect option if you want to taste African dishes, where you can find Kenyan and Ethiopian dishes, amongst others.
‘Papelon’ (@papelonmelbourne) is a local business that offers tasty and flavoured Latin American food delivered straight to your door. The stars of their menu: Empanadas and Arepas.
Located in Spring Hill, Brisbane, ‘Sabores’ (@sabores_cbd) brings all the Latin flavours to one place but the one that gets all the applause is the Arepa which you can fill with a huge variety of ingredients, from pork belly to scrambled eggs.
‘Pochito’ (@pochitosydney) based in Mascot makes authentic Chilean Street Food. If you want to try a spread of Chilean street eats we highly recommend trying the Completo Italiano and Chorilllana. If you’re still hungry but just want something small you should try a Sopaipilla, the go-to street bite that every Chilean eats to fill their tummies daily.
‘Koshari Korner’ (@kosharikorner) in Marrickville offers, as its name says, ‘Koshari’, an iconic vegan Egyptian dish that mixes lentils, pasta, and rice into a single dish topped with chickpeas, crispy onion rings and a fragrant tomato salsa. Don’t miss the popular Egyptian menu items that they also offer.
Between all the beautiful restaurants and bars that Newtown offers, there is one hidden gem called ‘Cairo Takeaway’ (@cairotakeaway). This little, cosy corner shop serves food that is inspired by the streets and their home of Egypt. Coming here with friends and sharing is the best way to get the real experience.
‘Leyalina’ (@leyalinamelbourne) located in Leygon St, Carlton. Leyalina is about breaking bread with loved ones, sharing stories and celebrating life. Here you can enjoy a full range of Egyptian dishes from perfectly char grilled meats to their famous tagines.
So there you have it, our top recommendations for upcoming cuisines you HAVE to try. We promise you you will thank us later. Comment below or tag us on socials to let us know which were your favourites! @sharewithoscar . We would love to hear!