Sideways is a little Mediterranean restaurant in Little India. It’s completely nondescript from the outside but step into the minimalistic industrial café and the sourdough bread that they make from scratch just may knock you sideways. Sideways is the lovechild of young partners Pav (who owns The Hangar on Arab Street) and Giulia. The Mediterranean-inspired tapas dishes, from the aforementioned Sourdough ($4) to the Spicy Eggplant Dip & Roasted Pepper ($9), are all made in-house. Order up plenty of crusty bread and then anything you can dip it into or eat it with including Cold Cuts and Cheese, Bone Marrow ($13), and Jalapeno Mint Hummus ($9), and oven dishes like Pork Belly ($13). Mediterranean plates are on offer for brunch on the weekend: Vegemite for Life ($17) of eggs, bacon, vegemite and brie toast to Turkish Smashed Avocado ($16).