19 Jun Surry Hills’ Middle Eastern Restaurant Nour Is Now Serving One of Sydney’s Best Brunches
Nour has never been a place that quickly reveals itself. From the outside it’s not obvious that the Surry Hills restaurant serves the city’s most creative take on Levantine food (a region that takes in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, Israel, Greece, Egypt, Iraq and the Palestinian territories), and has been doing it since 2016.
Likewise, enter the handsome pastel-hued space and it’s not until you walk past the open kitchen and the wood-fired oven that you realise this is also one of the city’s prettiest places to dine – especially in the day time.
Now, following a chef change and the introduction of a new menu, it’s also become a place to eat one of Sydney’s tastiest and most interesting brunches.
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