Shak Shuka at Subiaco Farmers Markets

On  a Saturday morning of clear skies and absolutely freezing air we found ourselves at the Subiaco Farmers Market just off Rokeby Road at the Subiaco Primary School. Every Saturday morning between 8:00am to 12:00pm the primary school is transformed into a bustling market of local produce and food. Entertainment runs throughout the day and there is even special entertainment for the kids. Dogs are more than welcome too!

Shak Shuka cooking in the large pan

Although I normally go straight for the wood fired breakfast calzone the Moroccan Stand run by two young people caught my eye.  The food smelt amazing and since it was incredibly cold the dish I thought it would go down a treat.

Authentic Moroccan Food

Subiaco Farmers Marker

The Shak Shuka was defintaely value for money at only $13.00. The dish was served with slowly cooked tomato sauce, eggs, sausage and a baguette. A perfect winter dish.

Shak Shuka with Sausage

shak shuka

The Scene at The Subiaco Farmers Markets

To me the best time to visit Farmers Markets is in winter; lots of hot yummy food and the produce is healthy and full of colour. Today the markets were bustling  with music; food aroma’s and people chatting away. Even the dogs sitting at ‘the dog parking’ were having fun.

Coffee Tip: To save time waiting for your coffee at the Farmers Market as it is very popular, parkthe Farmer Jacks and stop past Spring Espresso on the way the markets (it is only a 5 minute walk , it is located on Bagot Road).


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