Dining Out

Traditional Turkish meals using secret family recipe

Crazy Brothers Lidcombe

WORD has been spreading fast about the reopening of Crazy Brothers – closed for repairs after a fire – and customers have been streaming back to enjoy their kebabs, pizza, pide and burgers.

Part-owner and chef Huseyin Edebak said he was amazed at how fast word had been growing about their re-launch and the amount of customers in the last few weeks.
Training in Australia but also working overseas as a chef, Huseyin said he cooked all of his traditional meals just as they would in Turkey and he had been complimented on his efforts many times.
Crazy Brothers also offers a delectable range of sides and salads with Huseyin creating rice puddings and baklava the old-fashioned, classical way.
“Each item on our menu is popular,” he said.
“We marinate our beef, for example, with unique methods that creates a very juicy, tender result.
“Our chicken wings are also marinated in a mix of spices based on generations-old family recipes and customers can’t get enough of them.”
A single kebab skewer with rice, salad and bread will set you back $20, with two skewers, rice and salad costing $28 and three skewers with the works costing $35.
You can also pick up a meal deal comprising a burger, $12, and add chips and a can of drink for another $7.
Tuesdays are shaping up to be among the busiest of the week, with the beef rolls discounted to just $8, which Huseyin said was fantastic value and hard to beat anywhere.
“I look forward to taking bookings for catering for all occasions too and keep the shop open seven days a week, opening from 10am until late, for the convenience of customers,” he said.
Online orders are also available via ubereats or doordash.

Crazy Brothers,
31B John Street, Lidcombe.
Ph: 8970 5456

Crazy Brothers Lidcombe