In case you happen to be goofing around the Sutherland Shire, you can’t miss the opportunity to have a fantastic Lebanese meal at the Sammy’s restaurant in Gymea.
Their dishes are huge, super cost effective and the most important part, DELICIOUS!
In their menu you will find traditional Middle Eastern dishes (not only Lebanese), charcoal chicken (a very popular choice amongst the locals for takeaway), and burgers.
I always stick with the Lebanese part of the menu, much nicer and yummy. 😋
There are plenty of options for all tastes but what I liked the most is their options of mixed platters, and of course, that’s what we ordered:
- Small mixed platter: 2 chicken breast skewers, 2 lamb skewers, 2 kafta skewers served with green salad (tabouli is usually included, but we asked to replace it with a salad), 4 falafels, hommous, baba ghanouj, garlic dip, and mixed pickles.
As you can see from the mouth-watering photos above, that is plenty of food for two people! (and only $36, as of July 2017)
We definitely ate more than we had originally planned; I can say I left the place heavier but also happier!
Win-win, right? 😝
That is normally the kind of feeling you only have after a Sunday lunch at your grandma’s. 🙂
The place is also BYO, but they charge a small corkage fee of $2 per person.
65 Gymea Bay Rd, Gymea – 2227 – Sydney, NSW
More information: www.sammysgymea.com.au