Beef Shakshuka at Grandmas Little Bakery
When I say the word shakshuka, people tend to give me a odd look… like I’ve sneezed or something. I get excited when I see that look – it means they don’t know what the hell shakshuka is, which means they have no idea what they’re missing out on. Put simply shakshuka is an ‘all in one’ dish where eggs are poached in a tomato based sauce and then served in the dish. This one was a different take on the norm, the eggs having been cooked with a minced beef and Moroccan sauce. I really enjoyed it!
Grandma’s House Bread for Two
A simple and delicious array of house made dips (baba ganoush, beetroot and tzaziki) with Grandma’s freshly baked bread, zater, olive oil and kalamata olives.
Grandma’s Eggplant and Onion Shakshuka
This was a more traditional shakshuka with eggs and slow cooked eggplant in a fresh tomato and onion base, served on a hot pan with hunk of freshly baked tomato infused bread. If the pan wasn’t so damn hot I’d have licked it clean.
A well known favourite and made with Grandma’s sauce. After demolishing the pasta I really loved being able to scoop up the remaining remnants of the rich bolognese sauce with the soft homemade bread. A good option for fussy kids.
For a really good outing don’t miss out on the breakfast buffet held on weekends.
Grandma’s Little Bakery has a home-style cooking concept bringing together traditional meals using the recipes of Grandma’s and Grandpa’s all over the world. A unique blend of traditional flavours from across the seas including the Mediterranean, North African, Middle Eastern, Spanish, English, Greek and Italian cooking influences.
“Where everyone feels at home”.
To see our review of Grandma’s Rosebery click here
Grandmas Little Bakery
42 O’Riordan Street,
Alexandria, Sydney, NSW