When more is, err more.
Thousands of hungry diners flood through their doors each weekend with many, many coming back for more. Noodlies, Sydney food blog checks out Cabramatta’s steak house.
A young, fashionable Asian couple splits as soon as they climb the stairs. She continues to the red framed counter to order. He veers right to collect steak knives, forks and white napkins, and plonks down at a table near a group of Pacific Island work mates. His hair is fashionable too; short on the sides with a long sprouting top. Ironically, that hair cut probably costs double the $11 steak his girlfriend is ordering.
Yep, all steaks at J’s Kitchen Steak House are $11, with your choice of six popular sauces; cajun, mushroom, pepper, Dianne, seeded mustard or gravy. It’s their biggest seller (they are a steak house after all). But over time, the range expands a little; lamb loin chops, pork chops, fish and chips, calamari rings, even spaghetti bolognese.
I’m back for my pepper steak, a huge plate piled with salad and chips and two pieces of steak. Colourful salad plus dressing and bright golden chips make up the foundation. The steak is placed over the chips and doused liberally with pepper sauce which overflows on to the golden fingers below.
If you want a no-nonsense quick protein feed, then an $11 steak at J’s Kitchen Steak House is perfect.
Yes, the steak is a little grizzly, chips a tad soggy – though there’s plenty of variety in the salad and the pepper sauce does the job perfectly. If you want quality, head to Prime Steak House and order a 200g Scotch steak, 600 days grain fed from Alexandra, Victoria for $135. If you want a no-nonsense quick protein feed, then an $11 steak at J’s Kitchen Steak House is perfect.
J’s Kitchen Steak House
96 John Street, Cabramatta, NSW.
0424 523 411