OPEN 9AM - 5PM, MONDAY TO FRIDAY.
OPEN 10AM - 4PM, SATURDAY.
Closed Sunday and public holidays.
IF YOU DON'T LIKE MAPS, HERE’S HOW TO FIND US:
The retail shop is at 11A McDonald Street, Sandringham. But if you’re not smart at maps like me, that won’t mean anything to you. So here are a few little familiar sights that make sense in my brain that might also help your brain.
St. Luke’s Mall:
You’ve probably been dragged here with your Mum before, I know I have. Now my girlfriend drags me there; not much has changed, the food court has one of those buffet type Chinese eateries that you always end up regretting, but enjoy the process of piling your plate up as much as possible. My tip, start with a good base of either rice or noodles (or both), go easy on the sweet and sour as it will infect and dominate any other flavours on the plate, and lastly, always save the spring rolls, wontons and chicken wings till the end and pile on top carefully (if these fall off, you’re in for a deadly stare from the owner). Back to the point, if you’re at the Morningside Drive entrance, convince your Mum to bypass the mall, continue on till you fing a right at McDonald Street; follow the bend and you’re here. When you leave, ask your Mum if she feels like Chinese food.
Big stadium, Sandringham Rd side – sports enthusiasts and and most people will know where it is – well we’re pretty close to this. You want to make your way there, pull out your smart phone and enter 11A McDonald Street from there. A mere minutes drive.
Delicious Italian joint on the corner of Sandringham Rd and Rossmay Terrace, and also opposite that big stadium mentioned above. I went on a date here one time, and I highly recommend it; they’ve a fantastic little courtyard out back, the tables are candle lit, and I’m pretty sure I got a pash at the end of the date. If I can get a pash, you should enjoy even more mature results. A girl at another table also burnt some of her hair on the candle, not sure if she got the pash or not. But basically, if you turn down Rossmay Terrace, it bends on to McDonald Street, which is where we are.