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Jan 30, 2012

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yummychunklet

What interesting sounding names for dishes! They look delicious.

Gaby

That's cheating! You can't have celebratory breakfast if you don't wake up at 5 am! :)

Alana @ alanabread

Balmain's been rocking some pretty sweet, uhh, "ethnic" (for lack of a better term!) restaurants lately. The basturma/cheese borek looks exceptional (that meat holds a special place in my heart), as do those drinks. I'm going to have to check this place out as I've never heard of it before! Was it packed out on a Sunday?

Hotly Spiced

Yes, that's a very early start for a Sunday so I can understand you bowing out. Great that you got to enjoy a wonderful breakfast. All the food looks fabulous. Would love to try one of those turkish delight drinks.

Joanne

Wow that is INCREDIBLY early for a race. i think you made the better decision. Looks delicious!

Joyti

Ooo, delicious! Especially the Turkish Delight Smoothie.

Juliana

In spite of the name of the dishes they all look very tasty.
Thanks for sharing the pictures...
Have a great week Jasmyne :)

muppy

i love going out for breakfast!! you should invite me oneday when your having breaky on a weekend, would love to meet you and then there is an extra dish for your post :)

InTolerant Chef

Love Turkish food, and love going out for breakfast too, yumm!

Vivian - vxdollface

I've heard many great things about Efendy! Really need to make my way there, the smoothies sound intriguing

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