Dining Out

Eatery keeping prices down

IT’S now cheaper to feed the family a tasty, nutritious dinner cooked from scratch at Berala Kebab House than to whip up something at home.

That’s because manager Jason Aslan decided to absorb all of the higher costs of fruit, vegetables, grains and meat into his budget and not pass on the price rises to customers.
“In the last year, prices have tripled for the business but we are just so grateful to our loyal customers that we are not passing on any increases,” he said.
“I think everyone appreciates that and it could be a reason why business is booming.”
Popular takeaway family orders include kebabs, chips and salads as well as the succulent charcoal chicken meals, Turkish pides, freshly cooked fish, burgers and pizza plus home-made dips including hummus, baba ganoush, beetroot, garlic, chilli yogurt and tzatziki
Jason’s Turkish-style breakfast with Turkish salami, egg, olives, pepper cheese, cucumber and tomato, all served with free Turkish bread and Turkish tea, remains a firm customer favourite too.
But the real star of the season are the delicious homemade soups that are action-packed with goodness to pick you up and get you through the day.
They are just as popular at breakfast as they are for lunch and dinner, according to Jason.
“Customers just can’t get enough of our chicken, lentil and lamb soups which are the perfect companion on a wintry day,” he said.
“Those with a sweet tooth also love our rice pudding and baklava which are made with love the traditional way.”
“Order by phone and your meal will be ready for you when you arrive.”
The Berala Kebab House is open to dine-in or takeaway 6.30am-10pm, seven days a week, with catering also available.
Berala Kebab House,
157 Woodburn Rd, Berala.
Ph: 9649 2007.