The Age "Epicure" Sept/1998
Why on earth you would take a kosher butcher shop and turn it into a cafe is one of those modern mysteries. But the layout of this cafe owes a debt of gratitude to the old shop and the offbeat architectural skills of the hip Six Degrees group. It's a maze of small rooms.the largest with a communal table, wood panelling and a vase of fresh flowers. Outside, upturned milk crates topped with colourful cushions attract passer-bys. Owners Keith Shreeve and Dave Sharry don't serve much more than toasted pide bread (flavours might include grilled eggplant, capsicum and goats' cheese, or artichoke, tomato and tapenade), meal-in-a-bowl soups, granitas, Phillippa's pastries and devilishly good Genovese coffee. But what they do, they do ever so well.
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