Classic lighting fixtures, whitewashed partitions, tiled mirror… There is no denying it: behind its glowing crimson door, this espresso store nicely dressed appears straight out of the fashionsphere! Welcome to Ibrik, the oriental café curated by Cathy Paraschiv, who has grow to be our cookluche at snack time. His philosophy? Loosen up man! Right here, the competitors kawa (Customized Espresso) laps up taking his time. Proof is with this mastodon hovoli – conventional Arab-Turkish gadget – which heats espresso with sand. Fifteen minutes later? We placed on our little bitter black with dates and Turkish delight or (even higher) with pastries, like this a lot Instagrammed pistachio cake from Iran, coated with lemon icing and rose petals… A nightmare for a nutritionist, a delight for giant gourmands!
For the massive slabs at midday, a complete slew of dishes ready by good friend Cathy. For our half, we’re first within the swinging temper with a plate of mezes served by six (hummus, eggplant caviar, veggie kefta, selfmade pickles, tzatziki and feta puff pastry at €12). Earlier than persevering with with an honest veggie pita (roasted seasonal greens, crimson onions, Greek yoghurt, high quality herbs at €9).
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