Italian-Australian chef Danny Russo has already gifted Sydney the lasagne burger.
Now we can add the Greek-leaning moussaka pie to the growing tally of border-hopping edibles.
The pie was unveiled when Alevri opened its doors in Sydney inner-west last week.
The Dulwich bakery-eatery is the culinary love-child of experienced cafe operator Aki Daikos and his wife Kathy.
Not only do they jam the classic flavours of a moussaka into a pastry case, the line-up includes peynerli, a boat-shaped pizza, and their version of tsoureki, a soft and fluffy pastry rich in spice.
Alevri has plenty of the usual suspects (loukoumades and koulouri), with the Good Food crew trying to wrap their heads around the idea of baklava cheesecake.
It's on the list for a test run. But not before we wash down a Greek-style frappe and tackle the moussaka pie.
Open daily 7am-8pm.
Alevri, 260-264 Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill.