The Greek bakery's third Sydney outpost has opened featuring a baklava croissant and its signature moussaka pie.
Following successful stores in Dulwich Hill and Roselands, Greek bakery Alevri has arrived in Sydney's east — and it has brought its unbeatable selection of Greek treats.
The Alevri menu is known for fusing Greek classics with cafe favourites. Take, for example, the bakery's latest hybrid food creation: the baklava croissant. The ingenious combo consists of a buttery croissant with layers of pistachios, almonds and walnuts, topped with a drizzle of honey lemon syrup.
Other tasty selections from the menu include the signature moussaka pie, filled with Greek-style mince, eggplant, potato and topped with bechamel sauce, plus more traditional Greek eats including Tsoureki, tarts, loaf cake and loukoumades. Those looking for something heartier can turn to the lunch menu where you'll find Alevri's take on a club sandwich, burgers, salads and a lunch platter for two complete with souvlaki, chips, dip, chorizo and pita bread.
Alevri was started by Aki and Kathy Daikos who were looking to bring a little Greek hospitality to Sydney. The bakery's aim is to encompass the Greek saying, 'San to spiti sou' which means to 'feel at home' and to make the trip to the bakery a daily tradition for Sydneysiders.
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