What used to be Emma’s on Liberty has gotten a bit of a rejig and what used to be more restaurant is now a more casual Lebanese eatery dishing up jolly good “snacks” – kebabs, homous and more substantial mains. While we were there, locals popped by to the little window on the side, ordered their meals and darted off with their dinner. Its a successful transformation and the food’s pretty delicious with punchy flavours and delicious eats. We loved this.
Tabouli is fresh and flavoursome and not overtly diced. The two shades of Homous – one is standard and one is a pumpkin version. Both Rather delicious with the bread. Curried Gravy Fries which we picked as it sounded different – the fries came with a lightly curried gravy.
A trio of desserts – a baklava with pistachio cream, Halva with Ice cream and a turkish delight. These were lovely and a neat way to cap off dinner.
Emma’s Snack Bar is kinda great. Its a nice revamp dishing up affordable eats which we’ve seen working for a lot of other venue as the food scene here had a renaissance towards cheaps eats with the rise of $10 burgers. 2014 is the year of BBQ, baos and Gyros. We’re loving the fact that its located in the Inner West and the food is tasty. One of the observation made about Emma’s by diners tonight was how much everyone liked the food. Service was expedient and friendly and we can’t to head back in for more of the food here. Over dinner, the venue got progressive busy, packing out around 7pm. Emma’s got her groove back