Pauly’s Deli: A food kiosk with a Greek twist in Western Sydney

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Pauly’s Deli, a five-month-old food kiosk in Greenway Wetherill Park, Western Sydney, offers a unique Mediterranean-influenced menu by owner Pauly Davelis.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Davelis prepares a variety of sandwiches, subs, burgers, salads, hot snacks, desserts, and drinks. His Greek family traditions inspire his meals.

The deli’s standout item is the Stallion sandwich, packed with ham, salami, prosciutto, mortadella, provolone, olive tapenade, pesto, and sun-dried tomatoes.

Davelis’ Greek heritage appears in his sweets, like creamy rice pudding and custardy galaktobouriko made by his mother.

His Greek parents ran a deli-takeaway shop, Tregear Takeaway, near Mount Druitt for 35 years, a shop offering hamburgers, seafood, hot chips and a healthy lolly display. Davelis spent weekends and holidays working there, learning about food and cooking skills.

What’s also unique is Pauly’s Deli’s Greek sweets. There can’t be many places where, metres from renewing your licence, buying a barbecue or collecting the dry cleaning, stacked tubs of lusciously creamy rice pudding or wobbly, custardy, syrup-doused galaktobouriko made by the shop-owner’s mum are waiting.

Pauly’s Deli also offers refreshing drinks, including slushies, Greek lattes, cold brews, and in-house brewed teas with flavors like passionfruit and lemon.

Source: smh.com

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