Tags: vegetarian options, romanian, balkan
Kapital Restaurant in Kogarah specialises in Traditional Balkan cooking.
If youâ€™re not sure what Balkan food entails then here are few dishes that you may have heard of. â€¦some of the meat dishes are Goulash, Sarmale (cabbage rolls), Musaka (potato/minced meat pie), Mititei (grilled minced meat rolls) and Chiftele (meatballs covered with breadcrumb crusts). Traditional Romanian dishes featuring fish come in the form of Stews, Rolls, Soups, Salads and Cakes so youâ€™ll certainly find something to tickle your tastebuds!
There are plenty of Vegetarian options too, including Stuffed Vegetables -- Eggplant, Bell Peppers, Kohlrabi and Zucchini, to name a few are typical for Romanian and other Balkan cuisines. The vegetable filling often consists of minced meat, rice or a vegetable mixture, and sometimes white cheese.
Then there are the dessertsâ€¦.! Traditional Balkan desserts rely heavily on Asian Cuisine. Baklava, the best-known desert throughout the Balkans, is a nut phyllo pastry soaked in sugar syrup. Turkish delight, is traditionally served in Balkan cuisine as a dessert, usually with coffee. Other traditional desserts include Rice Pudding, Gingerbread and various types of Pies.
Itâ€™s a very modern restaurant and the staff super very friendly, so youâ€™ll enjoy the relaxed ambience in the heart of Kogarah food district.