Deep-fried yet fresh, these quick meals are tasty, crunchy and packed with aioli or sweet chilli, other sauces, or parmesan. For something healthier, ask them to go easy on the condiments. From the generous Taiwanese steamed buns stuffed with a crumbed, deep-fried chicken thigh, to duck breast and sriracha, or a juicy beef burger covered in mozzarella and avocado, the flavours are full and the portions filling.
For something more along the lines of an American diner, try the waffles and chicken, deep-fried in buttermilk and served with maple syrup and icing sugar. Don’t forget the cheesy corn on the cob or mac-and-cheese balls as sides.
No need for dessert – there are none on the menu.
Wash down the decadence with a jam jar of elderflower, green apple or watermelon crush, and more – with or without your choice of spirit – for a refreshing and not-too-sweet pause from the heat and oil. A limited selection of beers, ciders and wines is available.
Casual but quick-paced, with the buzzing kitchen keeping you entertained if you’re alone.
Playful wall murals brighten up the interior. The place has the look and feel of a food truck with seating for patrons.
Fuelling up before a day- or night-time adventure with a group of friends.
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