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by Sharmila Jayasinghe (subscribe)
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Published July 20th 2014
Mothwatering authentic Turkish fare in Auburn
Driving down the streets of Auburn, which visibly had had a facelift, one cannot help but notice the diversity of the food culture present. Decision is yours when it comes to which country's food you want to savour on the day. As for my family and I, Auburn shouts good authentic Turkish food. Nestled among the many Turkish eateries that line the streets of Auburn is our favourite, M Brothers Cafe and Restaurant that is famous for its Middle Eastern Turkish Halal fare.

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Multi-Coloured dips- a must to taste.


The interior as well as the outside shouts street food eatery and one might come to the conclusion that it is not the most appealing looking restaurant down the street, but mark my words, the look can only be described as deceiving.

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Plenty on a plate.


The place not being empty even close to midnight clearly speaks of the quality of food that is served at M Brothers. The cafe and restaurant is a great food spot in its own right.

Classic Turkish fare is the promise at M Brothers. From a multitude of dips, Turkish pizzas, falafel, doner kebabs to meaty skewers, you name it they have got it. Although the variety definitely leaves you spoilt for choice since we have become somewhat experts at M Brothers, we always bravely go for the bread and dip starter ($8.00). The fresh fluffy Turkish bread goes extremely well with the variety of rainbow dips that come well presented on a simple white plate.

The highlight of the dip plate is the dollop of thick flaky chilli paste in the middle. Be warned this particular chilli paste is rather hot, specially uncomfortable when consumed with a hot cup of Turkish tea. The chilli hotness has never stopped me from ordering the dip plate each time we go there for it truly is a plate full of flavour that paves way for a greater feast that lies ahead.

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Not hard to find this food outlet.


Another of our favourites is the intensity flavoursome Char grill kebab. (Double plate $18.00) The plate comes with a choice of lamb, beef or chicken kebabs with pickled red cabbages, freshly cut and spiced white onions, tomato salad and burnt whole green chillies. The kebabs is laid on a thick slice of Turkish bread that is soaked with the juices running down from the perfectly cooked kebabs. Since the food fills you up quite well one plate of this would be enough to share between two average people.

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Known delights too.


At M Brothers you are always guaranteed a hearty meal at a very reasonable price. If you turn up late at night the staff might even throw in a plate of dip and bread on the house as the starter.

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Turkish tea- sweeter the better.


M Brothers is one place you should not leave without tasting a steaming cup of black Turkish tea. Don't shy away from adding the entire lot of sugar provided with your cuppa as this brings out the true flavour of this type of tea. The sweetness unarguably is the essence of the tea. Often this is included free if you purchase a full meal.
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Why? Great tasting authentic food at a great price. Plenty of variety to choose from. Enough parking at the mall which is walking distance from the eatery.
When: breakfast, lunch and dinner
Phone: (02) 9643 8333
Where: 7 Auburn Road, Auburn NSW 2144
Cost: A plate of kebab at $18.00 is enough for two to share.
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Lots of lovely looking flatbread.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12490) 1965 days ago
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