I must admit, I was overly keen to visit Kepos Street Kitchen. So keen in fact that even though we were after the lunch menu, we arrived at breakfast time.
Kepos Street offers a decent range of exotic tea to try out, so with an hour to kill, a pot of Rose Tea was on it’s way.
Floral and light, the tea has a slightly tart and tangy taste to it.
Near the counter is an assortment of different pastries and cakes.
Falafel, Hummus, Tabouleh, Mint, Schiacciata Bread ($17)
Being a big fan of Middle Eastern inspired food, this was a party in my mouth. The schiacciata bread was nice and crispy, oozing with hummus. (Why am I writing this at midnight with no food in the house?). The falafel itself was crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside… like a good brownie only savoury and having nothing to do with chocolate.
Wood Smoked Salmon, Olives, Kipfler Potatoes, Soft Boiled Egg, Dukkah ($18)
There is nothing I dislike about this salad… besides the fact that there isn’t more of it. Generous servings of salmon topped with a glorious soft boiled egg on a bed of potato salad. What more could I ask for?
Altogether an enjoyable meal in a great establishment.
Kepos Street Kitchen
96 Kepos Street
Redfern, NSW 2016
Contributed by Katrina