Kazbah’s Breakfast Tagine – lamb mince with sucuk, spinach, roast capsicum, roast tomato, caramelised onion, feta, and eggs served with Turkish toast & Lebanese bread
Kazbah is famous for its breakfasts, and by looking at the breakfast tagine featured above, you can understand why. Kazbah, located in the heart of rustic Balmain, was the first of the Kazbah restaurants, and first opened its doors in 1998 by Zahi and Penny Azzi.
Zahi and Penny, using their Lebanese and Turkish/Greek heritages to their advantage, have successfully created a middle eastern, Moroccan and Mediterranean dining experience all deliciously simmered into one. To be specific, Kazbah’s unique recipes fuse Middle Eastern, Turkish, Persian, Mediterranean and Moroccan/North African traditional dishes with French haute cuisine techniques and Modern Australian ingredients.
Kazbah is known for their breakfast banquets with include their Kazbah inimitable breakfast tagines (featured above), plus their and plate sized pancakes. Also on the meny are their shish kebab swords and their flaming Turkish delight ice cream bombs.
Taking Levantine and Middle Eastern food to top level professionalism rivalling even the best European and Asian hatted cuisine in the area.
Taste of Arabia.
379 Darling Street,
Balmain, Sydney, NSW