Bekya might not have been open in Sydney that long – comparatively speaking, at least – they do have a heritage that gives them some authority. They date themselves back to 1952 in Egypt, when influences from French, Italian and Greek sources were brought to bear on the local Arabic traditions, and they take all of these traditions together to produce a modern Middle Eastern menu to savour in Sydney. You’ll need to be in the Inner West suburb of Forest Lodge, in the Tramsheds on The Crescent heading towards Annandale and Rozelle to experience it, and when you do arrive, you’ll be met with Middle Eastern favourites to keep you sated till the culinary cows come home. Book a table now, get together all your mates and make the most of this new opportunity in Sydney’s Inner West.
The Mediterranean is home to some of the great culinary cultures of the world, from the north of Africa around to Lebanon and Turkey, from the Iberian peninsula through France, Italy and Greece. All of these traditions have come to Australia in waves of migration from the region, and if you make a move to Bekya on The Crescent in Forest Lodge, you can taste them all in one location. Bekya offer a menu filled with favourites from around the region, so you can be sure of finding something for everyone when you come through the doors at The Tramsheds.
Bekya take their biggest cues from Egyptian cuisine, and thus their street food game is very strong. The Tramsheds in Forest Lodge are designed with this in mind, and Bekya are holding up the Middle Eastern end of the bargain. Take a trip with as many mates as possible to The Crescent in Sydney’s Inner West for a meal to remember – so long as you remember to book your table ahead of time, as they do get very busy on occasion.