Where to eat at Buranda Village

News| 14th February 2020
Where to eat at Buranda Village
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Whether you’re in a rush, on your lunch break or have some time to kill between appointments at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Buranda Village is a great spot to grab a delicious lunch or dinner that won’t break the bank.

Nando’s
Famous for its fiery hot peri-peri sauce, Nando’s bastes its grilled Portuguese-style chicken in spicy flavour. The authentic peri-peri is made from bird’s eye chillies grown in the south of Africa, lemon, garlic, onion and herbs. Each RSPCA-approved chicken is marinated in delicious peri-peri sauce for 24 hours before cooking, locking in those rich flavours. Share a grilled chicken plate with friends, family or colleagues, or get your own burger, wrap or pita. Then choose your spice level from lemon and herb to Extra Hot.

Origin Kebabs
Kebabs are the perfect meal for lunchtime hunger or late-night snacking. Origin Kebabs uses only 100% low-fat, export quality Australian beef and lamb in its loaded kebabs, snack packs and plates. You can also opt for tender chicken or falafel. It has kebabs in the name but this fast food stall is also a cafe, so sit back morning or afternoon with a barista-made latte and sweet treat.

Oporto
Inspired by the delicious flame grilled chicken and spicy chili sauce from the founder’s home country of Portugal, Oporto offers delicious chicken burgers and meals at Buranda Village. Keep it classic with the signature Bondi Burger stuffed with one, two or three RSPCA-approved chicken breast fillets. Oporto also offers breakfast, wraps, chicken meals, churros and filled doughnuts.

Mr Fish & Chicken
Sometimes it’s hard to beat a classic fish ‘n’ chips spot with old fashioned, quality service. Mr Fish & Chicken offers all that and more with customers dropping in for the family fish deals and classic hamburgers with fries, then returning to try the Korean-style chicken and breakfast burgers. Mr Fish & Chicken uses fresh fish and has all the extras – from potato scallops and dim sum to crumbed sausages and prawn cutlets.

Sushi 1
All aboard the sushi train! First stop, a delicious, healthy lunch. There’s a childlike joy in visiting a sushi train restaurant and watching the expertly prepared nigiri, hand rolls and sashimi carousel past your eyes. At Sushi1 in Buranda Village everything is prepared fresh daily by highly qualified Japanese chefs who have spent many years perfectly this artform. You can also enjoy sushi or hot meals such as katsu curry or okonomiyaki.

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