I was certainly not disappointed and once again feasted upon another delicious array of food at Happy Meals. All that for about $110 with corkage, water, and a 10% surcharge for a public holiday. For just over $18 per head, it’s a really tasty meal at top value.
Tasty and generous meal once again, lovely fish and chips meeting my expectations with a delicious salad which was a surprise. Salads are usually okay but the dressing makes all the difference as was the case here.
While I can’t fault the generosity of the serving of paella with plenty of chicken and a lesser assortment of seafood, the dish was let down by the lack of intensity of flavour that is typical of a paella. If they up the flavour stakes, the dish will be delicious, albeit, a bit different from a typical paella which is dominated by seafood.
All in all a really good night with an enjoyable meal at a bill below $80. My parents really enjoyed the food and vow to visit again. I got a chance to taste more of what’s on offer on my second visit and really enjoyed the food. This place is popular so make a booking and grab some fine Vietnamese fare. There were plenty of Aussies here too, so they must like it.
Cuisine: Malaysian Location: Willeton This post is a bit unusual as I have never set foot inside Taurus. My Dad had discovered this place so when Mum & Dad want to get out of the house for a quick meal, they head here and kindly pick something up for me […]