YenikoyTurkish • Australia
Customer service is great here, food is too. Nuff said!
Its the place to come when you're hungry, but arent sure what you want. It has the widest range of food on King st, at great value. From beef burgers to duck noodle soups, and its all certified halal.
Its an ideal cafe to be sociable, because the service is soooo slow, you'll have plenty of time to catch up with your friends.
A vaguely Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai blend. Not bad, but a bit bland.
The quality of the customer service is second only to the food itself. On a hot day, the salads make a perfect meal, with serving portions generous enough to fill anyone up.
If you are unfamiliar with how a Japanese bath house works I suggest investigating further to make the most of it. The pamphlet provided only provides basic rules of protocol rather than the features.
Not all rooms have wi-fi. For those who don't have it, you will need to sit in the lobby to use it.
In a world increasingly dominated by apps and e-books for casual entertainment, it takes meeting a niche market for a bookshop to thrive, and this one does it well.
$10 for a big main, side dishes and a coke, until 4pm. Great value.
You have Asian hair and looking for inspiration? Browse Taka's Japanese hairstyling magazines. Or better yet, ask his advice, which is always good. The difference between a hairdresser and a barber.
DON'T eat crunchy food or crunch wrappers in the cinema. It annoys the hell out of everyone around you.
I've never had chicken teriyaki quite like it, and I will never order it again.
Service good. Hot water strong. My room clean. Free wireless internt. Decor bizarre. The whole hotel looks like your rich grandmother's house. Even the fake flowers look a bit withered. :)
Shop anywhere else if you can. More expensive than an IGA.