Skim flat white, $4
Green & Lean – kale, spinach, apple, mint, ginger, $6.00
Shish tawook wrap – marinated chicken tenderloins with lettuce, pickled wild cucumbers and roasted garlic aoli, served with fries, $12.50
Lebanese mezze board – shish tawook, lamb kafta skewers, falafel, kibbi balls, dips, olives and bread, $18.00
Fatit Al Homos – toasted pita bread layered with chickpeas minted yoghurt, topped with slow cooked lamb and toasted pine nuts, $17.00
The Food Zoo experience:
The coffees here a pretty average, but it’ll do in a pinch. This cafe is set in the middle of a park. Its actually pretty relaxing, except they are lacking in heaters to keep the place warm. On the day that we went there were about 3 different semi-large functions, and as a result our food took about 40 minutes to arrive (we were warned). The fries were tasty, and the wrap was a less tastier version of El Jannah’s. If you are to order to Mezze Board, order the serving for two people, as you get a larger variety of dips and we all know variety is the spice of life. The Fatit Al Homos was really the only thing that we ordered appropriately for a cold winter’s lunch! It was warm and tasty.
I have to say the breakfast menu is what you want to come for, for me at least.
30 Argyle Ave
Ryde NSW 2112