292 Verified Diner Reviews

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292 reviews
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dined on Thu, 6 Jun 2019

Excellent food and friendly service

dined on Thu, 15 Nov 2018

Good food, sometimes birds come into the cafe

dined on Mon, 29 Oct 2018

Shame the pita ran out

dined on Mon, 22 Oct 2018

Still the best and my favourite! Great & fast service! generous portions and best value!

dined on Sun, 22 Jul 2018

We always enjoy this place for brunch, recommend requesting a table in the sun.

dined on Sat, 21 Jul 2018

Always delicious

dined on Sun, 8 Jul 2018

Expensive dishes, especially if you add sides, and portions were relatively small but having said that the food was delicious, especially the shakshouka.

dined on Sun, 8 Jul 2018

When we arrived I was told I didn’t have a booking that there was a problem with Dimmi I then showed my confirmed booking and she was like well you should speak to Dimmi. I feel if they are too busy on a Sunday then don’t accept bookings thru Dimmi. She did me a favor and gave me a table!!! The vegan shakushaka was excellent

dined on Sun, 8 Jul 2018

Fantastic Sunday brunch

dined on Sat, 23 Jun 2018

Never fails to deliver great food & fast service! Excellent value for money, portions are generous! Loads of flavour My favourite local & the first cafe I recommend, if i’m meeting friends for a coffee or a meal... ❤️
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About Shuk

A taste of Israel in North Bondi Shaka-what? It seems like just yesterday that we were struggling with pronunciation and wondering why baked eggs had to have a fancy name. Now, thanks to fab Israeli joints like Shuk, shakshuka is threatening to take on the same breakfast status as corn fritters, or, dare we say it, ricotta pancakes. And it’s not just about the baked eggs, either. Shuk by Night is a dinner menu filled with scrumminess such as a charred eggplant and pomegranate salad and slow cooked beef cheeks served with celeriac puree and chimichurri. The cafe/restaurant/bakery is housed in an old corner store in the backstreets of North Bondi and still retains much of its original neighbourhood vibe. Just make sure you get in early or be prepared for a bit of a wait. Best dish: Shakshuka

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