A Sunday lunch has long been a staple of the Australian diet.
But the fact that you can’t get one on a busy day may make you want to try one for the first time, if you can find it.
What you can eat for dinner and breakfast This is a list of some of the most popular dishes in Australia and what to expect in a meal on a Sunday.
You can’t have too much to choose from, and it may be worth going out for a bite to eat or a drink to share.
The list also includes items like macaroni and cheese, chicken curry, pasta and some veggie options like kangaroo steak, duck breast and a variety of veggie burgers.
For those who need some comfort food, you can still get a traditional Irish breakfast, with some dishes like bacon and eggs and a salad.
If you need a little help, the main breakfast options are a turkey, sausage, ham, ham and egg omelette, toast with bacon and honey, or a veggie breakfast.
A Sunday morning lunch is a lot like a Sunday dinner, with the main difference being that you have to choose what you have left.
You will also be eating with the rest of the family and you won’t be able to order food on the way home from work.
What to bring with you: There will be a small bar to sit at with a variety from your choice of food, as well as some other snacks and drinks.
A full-size map of the country can be found at www.indiantourism.com.au/country.
A few things to know about the Australian menu: It’s more than a breakfast.
It’s a family meal.
There’s a lot of local food.
It can be a bit expensive.
It won’t last you long.
Breakfast can include meat, fish, poultry, vegetables and a few protein options like oatmeal, yoghurt, milk or a couple of eggs.
For more information about Indian restaurants in Australia visit www.sundaymorningfarms.com/about.
The menu changes on a weekly basis, so you may want to check back here on a regular basis.