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Up to 53% off Gourmet Sizzlers & Drinks (value up to $140)
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- Enjoy a wide range of delightful dishes that are sure to get your stomach rumbling.
- Grab two gourmet sizzlers and two drinks (beer, wine, juice or iced tea) at Kobe Sizzlers, for only $35, or go for four gourmet sizzlers and four drinks for just $65.
- Friendly service and a unique range of flavours and combinations.
- They serve 100% halal food.
No, a gourmet sizzler is not a glorified sausage that gets whacked on the hot plate. It does however, involve a range of tasty and delicious creations, cooked to perfection from the master sizzlers at Kobe.
Grab two gourmet sizzlers and two drinks (beer, wine, juice or iced tea) at Kobe Sizzlers, for only $35, or go for four gourmet sizzlers and four drinks for just $65.
At Kobe they serve 100% halal food, their menu is a distinctive combination of great flavours, fresh produce and a lot of creativity. There is a wide range of options available to cater for a range of different diners pallets. Experience friendly service and delicious food, browse the menu below.
- Steak on the grill - 250g scotch fillet served with medley pan-fried vegetables.
- Kiwi Shashlik - beef skewers served with fried eggs, chips and grilled tomato.
- Sizzling chicken - grilled chicken breast served w sautéed zucchini, green beans and carrots.
- Chicken Shashlik - grilled chicken on skewers served w crispy fried vegetables rosti.
- Fish Shashlik - catch of the day with crumbed prawns and sautéed vegetables.
- Lamb Seekh - grilled shish (marinated lamb mince) on a skewer served w steamed garden vegetables.
- Veg Shashlik (v) - fried cottage cheese served w steamed garden vegetables.
- Veg Satellite (v) - mixed puy lentil and vegetable patty served w sautéed mushrooms and pan fried vegetables.
- Sauces: Mushroom, garlic, hot pepper and chilli.
- Accompaniment: Boiled rice, egg noodles, roast potatoes, potato mash, fries.
Sheekh : The name Sheekh comes from being cooked on a seekh or a stick (a skewer).
Shashlik : Meat for shashlik is usually marinated overnight in a high-acidity marinade like vinegar, dry wine or sour fruit/vegetable juice with the addition of herbs and spices.