Brooklyn is made up of many diverse people and cultures. And one of the longest-running migrants to the place were the Syrians. This is the best middle eastern place in Brooklyn and for good reason!
Tullamarine has finally opened the swathe of new restaurants. And Two Johns does not disappoint. Just make sure you’re not in a rush.
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On the way to the espresso Martini festival, we stopped in here. And even though the team were closing in the afternoon – they were gracious enough to let us eat a quick bite and grab a drink. And for that, they have already won my admiration.
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When you’re good friend says “Nige, I need your thoughts” you move the restaurant to the top of the list.
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I was introduced to this place a couple of years back when it first opened and I was keen to check it out after it became more popular. After 2 years, I can definitely say – there have been fond memories over here.
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I’m not one to head off to a fish and chips for dinner. But my good friend mentioned how good it was, I had to check it out. Thanks DJ!
Hungry? Want an upmarket souvalaki? Then be struck by the Zeus!
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Having been invited down for this review, I was intrigued as to how the restaurant could top my previous visit. And dear heaven, it does.
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A quick lunch stop, a grand recommendation and now on my recommend list.