You may be thinking olives and olive oil and even a garden. You are not far though there is not much of a garden that is for sure. Think more like the whole of the Mediterranean, Middle East and a bit of Indian thrown in for good measure.
I was walking along the very busy Edward St and a smiley girl called Anchal offered me some charcoal chicken. It was nearly lunch -time and I was famished, so I happily accepted a bit and munched away. Well, it was succulent and moist and full of the loveliest spices so I wanted a little more.
I sat down at one of their roadside tables and ordered a chicken charcoal meal which arrived in a short period of time with a fresh salad on a bed of interesting rice. The chicken was just as juicy and spice as the one I had tried earlier and for this fresh and lovely lunch I paid the princely sum of $8.40. They even have some meal deals, which include drinks and sides which I think I might explore next time.
While waiting for my meal, the counter was full of people coming up for their Sharma kebab, Shish Kebab or Doner kebab, Gozlemes and other brekkie options or takeaways. They didn't stop for one minute and that can only be a good sign.