Sundweesh, what’s a Sundweesh?
Well, we had the opportunity of tasting a couple at the Smooth Festival of Chocolate at the Rocks this weekend. And oh my…
Hello Manar! Mother of Sundweesh.
Meeting Manar, the owner of Sundweesh, was a great experience. You could tell she’s really passionate about her food and has invested a lot of herself into what she is creating. She explained that as a young girl she always enjoyed cooking, in particular creating her own versions of the sandwiches she grew up with. Her father, coming from a Middle Eastern background would pronounce the word sandwich, “Sundweesh” and just like that – the idea was born. Manar has put a lot of hard work into building a succesful business that provides tasty wholesome food that’s easy to eat and is genuinely delicious.
Falafel with Tabouli & Hummus, Grilled Chicken with Peri Peri Slaw and Kafta with Taboulli & Hummus ($12 each, 2 for $20, 3 for $30)
Kafta with Taboulli & Hummus
A Middle Eastern specialty the kafta is tender with a smokey, chargrilled quality that really sets it apart. Accompanied by a creamy hummus and fragrant taboulli. I demolished this in about 3 mouthfuls and still wanted more.
Grilled Chicken with Peri Peri Slaw
Another superb option! The tasty chicken morsels are coated in a spicy peri peri sauce and mix really well with the crunchy fresh taste of the slaw. The custom Lebanese bread bases are the perfect size (not too big, not too small) to hold without spilling.
If you don’t see Sundweesh selling their fantastic food at the latest festivals you can catch them privately as they offer catering services with lots of tasty options that come to you.
Remember it’s not a sandwich, its a Sundweesh!
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