Bradys Railway Hotel, Albury, New South Wales

450 Smollett Street
Albury
New South Wales, 2640

Pub
916
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3
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  • 05 Mar 2010
    #9842 - Bruski (21 reviews)
    56%
    $19.90
    chicken
    3 / 5 (good)
    3 / 5 (good)
    3 / 5 (good)
    2 / 5 (ok)
    1.5 / 3 (ok)
    2 / 3 (good)
    N/A
    No

    Bruski reckons:

    Our lunch didn’t start off on a good note as we had pre-ordered our parmys but still had to wait another 10 or so mins for them to arrive. Surprising as there weren’t that many other diners there. For the price we paid, I was disappointed with what was finally presented. The parmy was of average size, quite thin and therefore a little tough and dry towards the edges. The crumbing was consistent. The ham topping was too thin, the reasonable tasting tomato base quite thick but did have an actual cheesy flavoured cheese topping with a nice tan upon its surface, kudos! More cheese though (you can always make friends with cheese...). Due to the fact that the chips were in a visually depressed state, they may have been offing themselves as there was a scarcity of our potato pals present. Thankfully they weren’t trying to suffocate themselves under mother hen this time. The salad was of medium size after being extricated from its carrier. Although an ocular delight, the long thin strips of carrot, capsicum and bland shoots always present a challenge when trying balance them on your fork then eat them, smaller lengths please! The light vinaigrette dressing was a little too light. Overall, meh.

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  • 04 Mar 2010
    #10018 - Sair (35 reviews)
    65%
    $19.90
    chicken
    4 / 5 (very good)
    3 / 5 (good)
    4 / 5 (very good)
    2 / 5 (ok)
    2 / 3 (good)
    2 / 3 (good)
    N/A
    No

    Sair reckons:

    One word springs to mind when I think of Brady's Parmy: Average. The salad was basic with not much dressing, the chips were average tasting and the parmy itself was pretty average to. The best part was that the sauce and the cheese covered the whole parmy and was actually quite nice. Considering the price I was expecting it to taste a lot better then it did, so I walked away pretty disappointed.

    Gold reviewer
  • 03 Mar 2010
    #9442 - Sal (40 reviews)
    56%
    $19.90
    chicken
    3 / 5 (good)
    3 / 5 (good)
    4 / 5 (very good)
    1 / 5 (poor)
    2 / 3 (good)
    1.5 / 3 (ok)
    N/A
    No

    Sal reckons:

    When they presented me with my parmi, my first thought was that it was not worth $20. There were hardly any chips, the salad was mostly lettuce, and the parmi was not the biggest. Not wanting to judge by appearance alone, I was hoping that the taste would make up for it. Afraid not. The chips were beyond awful, from the taste, I would say that the last time these guys changed their oil was around 1983. The parmi itself was quite thin, so the chicken was bordering on dry. The crumb was good, and the topping was best part of the whole meal, although the sauce was not house made there was plenty of it, as well as a good covering of really tasty cheese. Would have been even better with a touch more ham though. If I had paid $10-$12 I would have almost walked away happy, but this was far too expensive for a sub-standard parmi with horrible chips.

    Gold reviewer