In terms of pricing, this is quite up there and sits a little under the premium bento that Kobe Jones use to do before their untimely Lime Street demise. In terms of flavour it ticks the boxes, in terms of convenience that too. It’s strength in value is not in this order but more so on their lunch combo deals and specials, set banquets and buffet. What’s interesting though is the perceptions that can be created online outside of its humble physical location, particularly since it’s open 12 hours a day. Would definitely come back to explore more of the menu.
It was the smallest plate of the three big Hurricane feast share platters on offer.
It was the largest plate next to the whole barramundi, beef cheeks, chicken, salad and scotch fillet mains that donned the table!