Dec 20: Schnitzel Wrap; Lamb Loin Chops and Arugula Avocado Salad

While heading for the kebab shop a few days ago the Foodies noticed that a schnitzel wrap shop seemed very popular. It was crowded while the regular take-out shop two door down, in a corner position, was empty. Foodie Philip had to return and find out why, and today was the day.
The servings are huge! An 8-10oz schnitzel in a huge pita bread with the salad of your choice. Today’s option was a Caesar interpretation with bacon and parmesan cheese with a bland dressing, but overall filling and tasty.
The size of the serving makes it very popular with tradesmen.

Lunch today cost Au$11.50 or US$8.40, which represented good value, although somewhat expensive.

Foodie Philip’s brother served lamb loin chops, with an avocado, tomato and iceberg salad. Lamb loin chops are relatively common in Australia – as are all lamb products – but rare in the US, so it was quite a treat. Particularly since Foodie Philip’s niece opted not to eat her chops, which got shared among the other eaters.

Dinner tonight was covered by Foodie Philip’s brother.

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