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Posted December 6, 2009 by Jennifer Lam (Jenius) in Occasion
 
 

Habib’s at Bankstown

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Habib's charcoal chicken at Bankstown - family meal deal
Family meal deal at Habib’s

Dinner for four, only $31
That works out to just $7.75 each. While it is in the fast food price range, the family meal deal at Habib’s is much more satisfying. In fact, get it take away and you can save a further $4!
For only $31, you get a fuss free spread of:

  • 4x Lebanese bread
  • 1x whole butterfly-cut charcoal chicken
  • 2x plates of garlic sauce
  • 1x salad or tabouli
  • 1x plate of pickles
  • 1x plate of chips
  • 1x 1.25L bottle of soft drink

The charcoal chicken is juicy and has a beautiful smoky aroma to it, going hand in hand with a smooth spread of the pungent garlic sauce. Wrap it in a roll with chicken salt coated chips, fluorescent pink pickles and tabouli or attack it with a fork and knife. For only $31, four people (or two very hungry people) will have a guaranteed mouth full!

Habib's charcoal chicken at Bankstown family meal is finger licking good
Habib’s, Bankstown is finger licking good shows my brother, Bryan

And as my younger brother, Bryan, shows in the photo above… It is finger licking good!
P.S. Don’t forget I’ve got 5 packs of Blu Gourmet Pearl Couscous to giveaway! See how you can win here.
P.S.S. Have you been to Habib’s Bankstown, Al Barakeh Liverpool and Franks Fairfield? Let me know how you think Habib’s compares. I haven’t been to the latter but have only heard good things!
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Habib’s Charcoal Chicken
24 Restwell Street, Bankstown, NSW
Phone: (02) 9708 2219


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Jennifer Lam (Jenius)

 
Jennifer is the founding blogger of I Ate My Way Through (originally, Jenius.com.au). Having grown up in a family where food was always at the centre of all celebrations, family events and milestones, Jen is obsessed with capturing irresistible flavours and stories from myriad cultures. A lover of the finer things in life, as well as cheap eats, her blogging ethos is all about empowering people to have good food and invigorating adventures - because life is too short for mediocre meals or dull travel. Her hobbies are breakfast, lunch and dinner. She's globally curious, passionate about female entrepreneurship, is a soy chai latte fanatic, and loves vintage, dressmaking and photography.