Alevri – Greek Bakery in Dulwich Hill

We see the long line for tables outside Alevri and know that can only mean one thing – this place is good and we know we’re going to be in for a treat.

Aki and Kathy Daikos have opened a Greek bakery in Dulwich Hill. Alevri means ‘Flour’ in Greek, very apt considering the store’s offerings. The bakery was full of Greek customers too and we’re sure that this is because they feel at home here, since Alevri’s food would probably remind them of their favourite foods and traditions. We see the long line for tables outside Alevri and know that can only mean one thing – this place is good and we know we’re going to be in for a treat.

Aki and Kathy Daikos have opened a Greek bakery in Dulwich Hill. The bakery was full of Greek customers too and we’re sure that this is because they feel at home here, since Alevri’s food would probably remind them of their favourite foods and traditions. 

This homestyle food is delivered in a modern setting, with plenty of geometric art, a Marzocco coffee machine, upbeat music and hip staff that are eager to please.

You can eat in the café and order a breakfast meal, traditional baked goods, pies or desserts.  The pastry goods can also be purchased take out.

The hand crafted brunch items are served daily 7am – 3pm. Whether it be a club sandwich, baked eggs, scrambled eggs or eggs benedict, these are all huge and nicely plated, reminding us of a Greek feast. We tried the Mediterranean Breakfast Board with boiled eggs, sliced tomato and cucumber, dodoni fetta, San Daniele prosciutto served with sourdough. We thought this was fresh, healthy and a generous serve.

But I’m sure you’re eager to hear about the pastry goods. Now the Moussaka pie is a must order. It looks like a regular quiche or pie, and filled with moussaka, its steaming hot and filled with flavoured mince, eggplant and cheese. All the things that you love about moussaka and a pie in one.

The Peynerli was our favourite. It is a boat shaped baked good, like a pizza with a fluffy base and topped with flavours. There is one with Leek, sausage kransky, mustard and ketchup and another ham and runny egg – this was incredible. 

There’s also sugar and coconut donuts, olive bread, raisin koulouri, tsoureni, kaseropita (goats cheese pie),Tiropita (feta pie), chicken pie – bacon, mushroom and bechamel sauce, spanakopita – feta cheese and spinach amongst many more. 

They’ve got full cakes and mini patisserie goods and we enjoyed a small and creamy Banoffee pie with the perfect amount of caramel.

Coffee wise, they’ve got your regular milk based coffees, chai and turmeric lattes tea and a range of Greek coffees; Freddo espresso and the Freddo cappuccino.

We recommend a shake and the Baklava shake is sweet and super good. They also offer an Ion shake, Melomakarono shake and a Banoffee shake. Perfect for that sugary perk up.

A top little Greek café that we’re sure will continue to be popular.

Alevri

250-260 Alevri Road 
Dulwich Hill

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