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  • Another Sydney institution closed its doors a few weeks ago, No Names in Darlinghurst, while it will never be remembered for fine dining there was always something comforting about the schnitzel/spaghetti combos, the crusty white bread, the iceberg lettuce with vinegar which used to pass as a salad and the big bottles of cordial at the service area.It was a family favourite when we were growing up, my mother used to like the calves liver, which I admit I didn't mind trying a bit of either, first went there sometime in the late 60s and even though I hadn't been there often over the last few years it is like a death in the family

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    • Apparently someone that used to be on here told me there are some pretty good places to eat out at Mt Druitt.

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      • Went to Lifeboat seafoods at Brooklyn today, had the prawn cutlets which were delicious then flathead with their hand cut chips and salad, just beautiful, hands down the best fish and chips going around, caught the train so I could have a glass of wine or two.

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        • Originally posted by horrie hastings View Post
          Went to Lifeboat seafoods at Brooklyn today, had the prawn cutlets which were delicious then flathead with their hand cut chips and salad, just beautiful, hands down the best fish and chips going around, caught the train so I could have a glass of wine or two.
          How much does it cost matey?

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          • Originally posted by The Chook View Post

            How much does it cost matey?
            It cost $85 yesterday for two serves of flathead, chips and salad [ one grilled, one fried ] ,a bowl of calamari and also the prawn cutlets. Depending on what fish you have, fish chips and salad cost anywhere between $22-$30, it can work out cheaper take away. Not the cheapest but the quality makes up for it and all the fish is on display in the window and there isn't a piece of basa or hoki in sight.
            Last edited by horrie hastings; 11-08-2017, 03:22 PM.

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            • Originally posted by horrie hastings View Post

              It cost $85 yesterday for two serves of flathead, chips and salad [ one grilled, one fried ] ,a bowl of calamari and also the prawn cutlets. Depending on what fish you have, fish chips and salad cost anywhere between $22-$30, it can work out cheaper take away. Not the cheapest but the quality makes up for it and all the fish is on display in the window and there isn't a piece of basa or hoki in sight.
              No not the feed matey, the train ticket to Brooklyn haha..

              Just kidding of course the meal, not the cheapest but sounds good value and I especially like the fact there was no basa or hoki lol.

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              • Originally posted by The Chook View Post
                Apparently someone that used to be on here told me there are some pretty good places to eat out at Mt Druitt.
                Rashays, Mt Druitt Westfields maaaaate.
                "Originally posted by Elvis Rooster"
                So while most of us were getting excited about the start of the season our resident Junkie Jim the Jailbird, the guy who would like to break into your house and steal your tv and toaster, Mickey Lane is at it again. Here is his latest beauty.
                ​"Do you want white or wholemeal toast?"
                I tell you guys this is one sick son of a bitch;

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                • Had wagyu beef the other day at home, wanted to see if it was worth it, bought 3 porterhouse steaks, rolled them in salt and pepper, and cooked to about medium rare, rested for 10min. Wow, what a delicious cut, felt light and fluffy to eat, no other condiments needed. Will try the ribeye cut next. Well worth the extra money every now and again.

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                  • Street Market at Kirribilli, went yesterday for brunch, have been before for brunch and dinner, beautiful Asian style tapas and yum cha dishes, their steamed oysters with ginger and shallots are to die for and the salmon skewers were melt in your mouth, so many great options on the menu.

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                    • Oysters, prawns and Balmain bugs on the balcony of my cabin at Narrabeen, doesn’t get much better than this, a holiday break without leaving Sydney.

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                      • Can anyone tell me where I can get a sniztel pearce, Cornish pastie and a Cronski sausage burger please???
                        You cannot Like your own posts. (reputationownpost)

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                        • Vaucluse Ocean seafood is pretty good.
                          John Ibraham go's there.
                          "Originally posted by Elvis Rooster"
                          So while most of us were getting excited about the start of the season our resident Junkie Jim the Jailbird, the guy who would like to break into your house and steal your tv and toaster, Mickey Lane is at it again. Here is his latest beauty.
                          ​"Do you want white or wholemeal toast?"
                          I tell you guys this is one sick son of a bitch;

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