Arabella's Charcoal and Middle Eastern Cuisine from Logan City Opening hours
What are the opening hours of Arabella's Charcoal and Middle Eastern Cuisine? When is Arabella's Charcoal and Middle Eastern Cuisine open? Here you can find the answers to your questions. The opening hours for this place have been verified by several sources. So you can be sure that you won't arrive at closed doors. Current business hours may vary due to the pandemic.
The rating of this location is 3.5 . This is just what other are thinking. Maybe you find some other opening times details in the ratings texts.
Just call the restaurant on (+61)732193203 to ask about opening times or to ask for closed holidays. Also book a table for yourself.
Greeted by a friendly waiter who answered our many menu-related questions, our group felt very welcome. For someone not usually a fan of middle eastern cuisine, I really enjoyed this. Copious amounts of cheese and carbs later and I am completely satisfied! Ordered the baba ganouj; herb, cheese garlic bread and requested an off menu haloumi wrap. The eggplant dip stood out with the unexpected smoky flavour, while the garlic bread was crispy and not overly oily. Soft bread around the wrap but could have done with more salad filling. Would definitely recommend to all wanting something a bit different.
Ordering food is difficult! took us 15 mins of standing in a que just to order and then 30 mins more to get a simple take away! You need more staff on the registers.
The Village, Shop 3, 1932 Logan Road, Upper Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, Logan City, Australia
Tea, Burgers, Ice cream, Burger, Ramen, Ice Cream, Dessert Parlour
First impression * nice <br> <br> Presentations * very good <br> <br> Ice cream* we had Choclate Oreo Sunday icecream it was very well made <br> <br> Staff*friendly <br> <br> Prices* worth it <br> <br> Service* good <br> <br> Conclusively * should go <br>
Logan City, Shop 3, 21 Farne Street, Sunnybank Hills, Brisbane
Casual Dining, Korean BBQ, Barbecue, Asian, korean
Midam has been the Tomcat family Korean BBQ go to place for years. Their marinated meat quality and low $25pp weekday deal is hard to resist, but how about other traditional Korean offerings? With that question in mind, we made a quick dash for week day dinner. The well decorated establishment houses two main dining areas with a few private gathering rooms. We were offered a booth and after reviewing their long and extended menu offerings ordered: beef bibimbap, beef short rib soup & steamed egg.<br> <br> The appetisers consists kimchi, seasoned Korean gluten and broccoli with chilli sauce. All three dishes tasted average at best with the kimchi lacked chili punch and overly sour. 3/5<br> <br> Beef bibimbap was the first main to arrive. The hot stone bowl contains precooked marinated beef, shredded veggies and fried egg (sunny side up) all on top of steamed short grain rice. Mixed with sweet chilli paste, you have a fragrant bowl of happiness with a complex aroma. First taste and I was disappointed by over seasoned meat and the salty chilli paste. Veggies were not that fresh and the pickled varieties lacked flavour. 3/5<br> <br> The beef short rib soup contains Korean glass noodles, sliced daikon and spring onion. The medium sized bowl arrived boiling hot in a clear broth. Decent quantity of short ribs was provided but unfortunately on the tough and chewy side. The soup on the other hand was a dead set disappointment with strong “instant packaged power” taste. 2.5/5<br> <br> The steamed egg arrived 40min from ordering. The hot stone bowl consist plain steamed egg with plenty of chopped spring onions. Touch of dried shrimp and mixed seafood flavouring enhanced the eggy taste but was outshined by the overpowering saltiness. What a shame…3/5<br> <br> Overall service for a busy night was quick and attentive. A call buzzer was placed on each table and requests were attended to within 5 min. If only I can say the same for patience and friendliness. 3.5/5<br> <br> <br> Hint: Focus on their BBQ. Their weekday BBQ buffet @ $25 pp is a true bargain. Good quality meats marinated well. Overall experience from previous visits: 3.5/5.
Logan City, 12-18 Kingston Road, Underwood, Brisbane, Springwood, Brisbane
I'm often on the road most the time during work, and nothing quicker and more relaxing than this maccas in Springwood. Opposite to Bunnings Kingston Rd, it's a busy area any day of the week. Very nicely furnished and set-out different to most mcdonalds. The quality and service is great all for the same price (obviously) but at least it feels more like a restaurant. Very clean and trendy with friendly staff.
Cnr, Gympie & Hamilton Roads, Chermside, Brisbane, Logan City, Australia
Casual Dining, chinese, Yum Cha, Asian, dimsum
Was invited to this Yum Cha by a group of friends. Had high expectations but very disappointing. Food average and staff uninterested. The shirts on the staff were filthy and not ironed. I hate to think what the kitchen was like. There are far better places to eat Chinese food in Brisbane. Would not go back.