In no particular order
Located right next to Granville train station this little gem is well known among the majority of Sydney siders. Most famously known for their Charcoal chicken and intoxicating garlic sauce (I say intoxicating because if you breathe on anyone afterwards you’ll literally knock them out). For a long time we would opt to take away as eating in is almost double the price (Whole chicken Eat in $19.90 or Take Away $10.90). However, we recently discovered if you choose to eat in your meal does come with a mountain of Lebanese bread, pickles, garlic sauce and generally a larger serving size. Another benefit is your chips won’t be soggy like they tend to get after 15mins of suffocating in a plastic bag on the way home.
Large chips $6 and Garlic plate $3
Half chicken $10.50
Complimentary pickles and garlic sauce.
Be warned that is Scott’s meal. I always get quarter chicken $6.90 and struggle to finish that.
If you didn’t already know laksa is an Asian style coconut-based curry soup. These particular ones are made with a mixture of thick rice noodles (also known as laksa noodles), thin rice vermicelli noodles, large soft tofu cubes, loads of chilli and a sprinkling of spring onion. Scott always orders his with thinly sliced beef where as I opt for the tofu. Every bite of the bean curd puff is like an explosion of chilli goodness. Drool.
Beef laksa $7.90
Tofu laksa $6.80
Giant spring roll $1.50
This is in fact the best spring roll I’ve ever tried. Extremely greasy though.
Chicken roll with cheese $6
Crunchy fresh bread roll, shredded chicken, tomato, cucumber, coriander, carrots, cheese, loads of chilli (optional), mysterious Asian mayonnaise and brown sauce. After finding out what they use in the pork roll I think its best these sauces remain a mystery.
Moist chicken floating in indulgent satay sauce. They always get just the right sauce to rice ratio and we all know how important that is.
Famous Satay chicken $16
After researching the current price of this dish I realised it isn’t actually cheap. Five years ago it was $9.50. Talk about inflation. Either way… Its still the marvellous.
The value for money here is really unbelievable. how do they do it? With three Costco’s now available in Australia its no wonder they estimate we will soon be as fat as the Americans.
Cheese pizza slice $3
Perfect crust and a bolognese style sauce with gooey cheese. Incredible
Hot dog and drink combo $2.49
Self sever condiments mean you can go as crazy as you like.