Sample some Greek cuisine courtesy of Five Sisters
If you are hungry for haloumi or have a hankering for some honey puffs, Five Sisters is satisfying Greek-food cravings across a range of Brisbane’s markets.
Five Sisters Cafe and Bar off Fish Lane in South Brisbane has been a popular eatery for those looking for authentic savoury and sweet Greek goodies, boasting some of the tastiest flavours this side of the Mediterranean. Not content to merely showcase its love of Greek food from a stand-alone cafe, Five Sisters also runs markets stalls at Eat Street and Davies Park Markets in West End, filling the air with the hunger-inducing aromas of Greek fare.
The Five Sisters market stalls cook up a condensed range of the cafe menu, selling items that can be eaten on the move. You can nosh on popular Greek dishes such as haloumi, octopus, dolmades and souvlakia as well as tapas and meze platters, brekkie wraps and gyros. If you are after something sweet, Five Sisters also sells moreish honey puffs, baklava fingers and Greek delight.
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