You can find pretty much anything inside Westfield. Mobile phones, jackets, soap from the Dead Sea (and people trying to convince you to buy it), and this Greek deli on the ground floor. It’s just a kiosk, and you can get everything from olives, to baklava, but what you should really be here for is the pastries. They’ve got boreks filled with lamb, cheese, potato, and more. The rose-shaped spinach borek is filled with spinach (duh) and cheese in thin, flaky layers of pastry. It’s full of flavour, and filling enough that it’ll do well for a quick lunch.
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