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By Franky March

Thievery has come to the party as Sydney’s calling card for contemporary Middle Eastern cuisine.

Thievery
91 Glebe Point Road
Glebe
+61 2 8283 1329
www.thethievery.com.au

If you’re after something outside of the norm — Thievery has come to the party as Sydney’s calling card for contemporary Middle Eastern cuisine. You can fairly expect the unexpected; creations such as hummus with burnt butter; Lebanese fried chicken with muhammara (a hot, peppery dip from Syria), fatoush with fried cauliflower, and raw beef nayyeh. The place is somehow cavernous with exposed, an open bar and a series of high tables. It’s not huge but it’s a great spot for a dose of something different.

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