Step over the threshold and you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’ve just walked into a deli somewhere in Europe. The one-stop concept for freshly baked goods and high-end deli items was started by Adonis and Christina Avraamides back in 1982. It’s a place for when you want something quick and delicious but don’t have the time or appetite for the full-on restaurant experience.
The menu is simple but tasty. You could go for a creamy omelette that comes with feta, spinach and mushrooms that’s served with your choice of toasted bread, or the filled croissant of smoked salmon and avocado or cream cheese. On the lunch side, the duo burger consists of two small burgers: one is beef with provolone, caramelised onions, lettuce and tomato, and the other grilled chicken with cheese, lettuce and tomato.
Also new on the menu and something to look forward to for next time is the grilled peach salad. This is a mixture of blueberries, strawberries, grilled peaches, walnuts, mixed lettuce with parmesan shavings and drizzled with a balsamic vinaigrette. This Mediterranean deli has an array of amazing ready-made mouth-watering small goods, from marinated vegetables, olives and octopus to Greek-style dolmathes and meatballs, syrup-drenched baklava and kataifi, and lightly dusted kourambiethes.
Bread Basket is well known for its incredible selection of baked goods, breads and croissants.
A selection of teas and great coffee.
A little slow especially during the buzzing lunch time.
Relaxed, with welcoming and friendly staff.
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