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dined on Thu, 8 Nov 2018

The food was delicious and the service was efficient and friendly. The wait team had a packed restaurant but they were calm and managed it professionally. Fantastic food, delicate flavour, a lot of variety and choices. The wine list was thoughtful... They ran out of the Chenin Blanc which was disappointing :'( Intimate, thoughtful and yum.

dined on Tue, 6 Nov 2018

Tasty food - service was ok - serving sizes are good too so don’t be tempted to over order!

dined on Thu, 1 Nov 2018

Hadn’t been here for a while, so it was reassuring to see not much has changed; the staff were as awesome & the flavours were as yummy as ever (though I missed the Brussel sprouts!). But boy was it hot in our corner... though lovely to move outside for dessert :)

dined on Sun, 9 Sep 2018

Very nice little restaurant. Good atmosphere, great service and interesting mix of food and drinks.

dined on Sat, 1 Sep 2018

Apart from really noisy table next to us, all was fine as always - until the waiter spattered me with red wine. Not great on a first date...

dined on Fri, 31 Aug 2018

Food was delicious. Slow cooked lamb fell off the bone. Flavours were divine.

dined on Thu, 2 Aug 2018

Delicious food and great service! We had the $49 banquet as we wanted to try lots of different dishes! Won't need to order as much next time as we couldn't eat the last 2!

dined on Fri, 13 Jul 2018

Good little restaurant with great wine selection
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About SEFA Kitchen

No choice is a bad one Looking for refined Middle Eastern food right in the heart of Bondi? Sefa Kitchen has you covered. The menu, designed by head chef Devon Davis, takes traditional Middle Eastern fare and peppers it with modern sensibilities - it’s simply divine. While the menu isn’t overly extensive, it’s certainly hard to make a choice - at breakfast, lunch and dinner! But don’t forget, no choice is a bad one. Some of the top picks include the haloumi drenched in honey and za’atar and the wagyu brisket with b​​iber tarator. Shake up your typical brunch, lunch or night out at Sefa. Food is made for sharing and savouring. Get involved. Best dish: lamb el helou.

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