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Levant Eatery

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by Tema (subscribe)
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Published August 22nd 2018
Adelaide's beloved Mediterranean restaurant Levant Eatery has become a hotspot in the Adelaide West End, so it is no surprise that the favourite spot has branched out to open their second store in the business hub Pirie Street.

Owner Husam Al-Sweedy hopes to inject "the distinctive flavours and unbeatable service" of this small, family-run business into the heart of the CBD.

The bright blue patterned tile fittings are particularly eye-catching, as is the rustic furniture that is eloquently mixed with a feature wall that is made to replicate the eastern Mediterranean streets. The interior was designed by renowned architect Vian Baban, who has successfully captured the essence of the exotic culture of Levant Eatery.

Photo by Fatema Sitabkhan

"After three years of love and support at our Hindley Street restaurant, we decided it was time to bring Levant Eatery to the CBD. We specifically picked this location to cater for the office staff who were making the trek to the West End for lunch each day." - Husam (owner)

The menu is simple and straightforward, with a brilliant mix of healthy and delicious ingredients, such as chargrilled meats, tantalizing home-made sauces, and vegetables that make the dishes wholesome, flavoursome, and creative.

Freshly baked bread pocket (photo by Fatema Sitabkhan)

"We wanted our customers to get a glimpse of the Middle East through the new location. Eating at Levant Eatery is an experience, we want to showcase our heritage and allow people to engage with our culture through our food, family and design."

Offering a colourful selection of authentic meals that are bound to become your new, heatlhy, delicious, and on-the-go option for lunch, Levant Eatery hopes to attract their customers with their cute and quirky little cafe that blends a Middle Eastern vibe with a modern fusion of elements and fittings that add to the vibrancy of the space.

Photo by Fatema Sitabkhan
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Why? Because there's a reason for the expansion to take place - the food is salivatingly good!
When: Mon - Fri 630am - 3pm
Where: 70 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Cost: $$
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