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Published March 14th 2014
Suits Any Size Hunger
1. It's always really clean. 2. There are cheap snack options.
3. There are different types of food. 4 .It's open in the afternoon when so many other places close.
Often around 3pm I'm starving but I don't want sweets or bakery items. This place is going to be my go to snack shop. I'd far rather have a spring roll or a club toast than a Danish or a muffin. The only thing I've eaten there so far is potato wedges. They were freshly cooked, not old and soggy, and they were delicious. The staff member was very friendly and pleasant.
As well as Asian meals such as prawn fried rice, honey soy chicken and sweet and sour pork, you can also get old favourites like a BLT, crumbed chicken and wedges, burritos, and salt and pepper calamari. I didn't notice anything over $15.90.
Mains are around $12 but as you can see they have lots of inexpensive snacks.