Dreaming About Lunch? Here’s What to Pick at Chatswood Station

22 March, 2019

No doubt you’ve been in this predicament before: you’ve just stepped off a train at Chatswood and your stomach is audibly famished. Thankfully, your only problem is an abundance of choice over lack of it. If you’re game, why not weave your way around and taste them all?

1. The sizzle is real at Pepper Lunch Express, where you can order fresh, mouth-watering Japanese classics on scorching hotplates. The chicken karaage sizzling curry, $15.90, has a cult following for its crunchy, saucy and comforting notes.

2. Tomato based pizzas often overshadow the white pizza, but we’re looking to change all that: Discover the smoked mushroom and truffle pizza, $14.50 small or $22.50 large, at Stretch Italian: smoked mushrooms with fior di latte, rosemary and black truffle oil. Yes, please.

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3. When exciting flavours are craved, this is what will cure your weary taste buds: General Chao’s  crispy caramelised pork belly salad, $24. (Don’t ask, just order.)

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5. Liu’s Kitchen is a short skip from the station and is a hub of deliciously authentic Taiwanese food. When you tuck into the braised pork hock deluxe bento, $15.50, you can choose from one main and two hot bar dishes.

6. Tori Korean Street Food does glorified instant noodles with flair. Try their spicy ramen with poached egg for just $8.90.

7. Craving a little heat? Dive into a bowl of the ZhaJiang noodles with spicy Bolognese sauce, $15.30, from the star chefs at 1Ton.

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