Cecelia's articles are illustrated by Allan who enjoys photography. Cecelia is also the author of: "Silver Springtime", "All for Love", "Mystic Evermore" and the new release: "Faith and Love". https://creativearts2009-picturefiles.blogspot.com/
I can never pass up curried egg salad, and perhaps I got carried away because I ordered a medium, which was so large I had to take some home and put in the refrigerator. This cost $7.50. Small would have been enough for one meal and would have cost me $5.50. A huge "party" salad is available for $11.00 if you are catering for something at home.
My friend ordered an AB pack, with Yiros meat, chips and a choice of sauces. This cost $14.50, which we thought was a little expensive until it arrived. Then it was so huge, despite being in a takeaway box, that we took two forks and shared it between us, joking we only needed to have ordered one meal if we had known. Yiros is often a bit strong for me, with an aftertaste, but this was quite mild and much more like eating slow roasted meat, which everyone loves!
P.s. They also have a loyalty program if you live local and get take-away a lot!
The Chicken Hub is also a great place for Coeliacs, with gluten free roast chickens (most are not due to the stuffing), chips and salads. The staff take care and there are no cross contamination issues.