How do they get a chicken breast 1/32 of an inch thin, and then cook it for 20 minutes until it is dry as a bone? Maybe that is the Aussie way, but it is not my way. Shoe leather with buffalo sauce is probably tastier.
Worse, though, was the poor gentleman seated behinded us who had a ramiken of ketchup spilled all over the back of his shirt and down his khaki pants. He was oblivious to the wait-person's faux-pas and no one bothered to tell him. Hope he didn't have to pay $12.00 for his paper thin chicken sandwich!
Cons: Service, Food, Quality