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Dragon Garden Family Restaurant

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Published October 1st 2011
The average person cooks at least two meals a day and there are seven days in a week, so that means that average person cooks a minimum of fourteen meals per week. Now, that doesn't include if you have a partner, a child, dinner guests or even a dog who doesn't eat dog food which means you have to cook a "special" meal, so, realistically the average person can cook anywhere up to 92 meals per week.

Now I don't know about you, but on a Friday night after a long week at work, when the boys are out putting up dry wall (as I assume that's what males do when they get together), I despise walking into the kitchen and attempting to cook yet another meal. So I cheat, I change into my elastic waist pants, a shirt that has no structure, pick up the phone, and let the experts at Dragon Garden Family Restaurant in Bundamba do the work for me.

I normally order enough for three people as this joint has the best Chinese food I have ever had, and I can't stop at one bowl of sweet and sour pork with fried rice - it's impossible! And even when I feel like I have outgrown my elastic waist pants, I have to finish off my epic meal by nibbling on, and when I say nibbling, I mean devouring a pack of prawn crackers as you can actually taste the prawn-ness instead of just tasting hot oil.

Dragon Garden has an extensive menu and I would suggest ringing up and ordering over the phone as the word is out about the amazingness of this place, and there is usually a massive line up for takeaway on any night of the week - but my friends, its worth the wait!
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Where: 21 Brisbane Rd Bundamba QLD 4304
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