FLYING FAJITA SISTERS AND SANS CHURROS
"All good things come to an end"- Such an unfortunate fact of life and it's a little sad when they do...like Harry Potter movies. On a cold winter's night I embarked on my last journey to a Harry Potter movie - Harry Potter The Deathly Hallows Part 2. For those who have grown up with Harry Potter it's probably an end of an era for them. For some like me who caught the Harry Potter fever during adult life it still feels a little bitter sweet.
It really felt like the last supper for me. My HP fanatic friend and I were pretty sad that this would be the last HP movie we see at the movies so we made a little dinner and movie night of our HP movie night. After buying our tickets at Hoyts Broadway we went to Flying Fajita Sisters ("FFS") for a quick dinner beforehand. Glebe Point Road is only a hop, skip and a jump away (or a walk down a ramp) from Broadway Shopping Centre and is bursting with cute little exotic eateries. I have spied mexican, spanish, nepalese and red chilli hotpot around that street and that's only a small portion of Glebe Point Road! With no booking on a busy Saturday night it was just our luck that we walked into FFS and someone had just cancelled their booking and we were seated straight away.
For such a chilly night I really felt like something meaty and we both ordered chimichangas (mine with beef and my friend's with chicken). Forgive me for my ignorance here for a minute as I'm not a food expert/editor/critic I never seem to remember which one is which: tacos, burritos, enchiladas, fajitas, quesadillas, chimichangas...So when I'm at a mexican restaurant I kinda just choose whichever and hope for the best and sometimes whatever I ordered is not what I had in mind. But this time I managed to choose right! I loved the crispiness of the wrap and how everything didn't spill out as soon as I cut into it! Paired it with some sangria....PERFECTO! I would have done a CHEERS to Harry if I could order some butterbeer...