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Salad Bar

1-5 Railway St Chatswood, Sydney, NSW2067, Australia

🛍 Tea , Coffee** , Salad , Cafes , Healthy Food

2 💬3 Reviews

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Order your lunch or dinner now at Salad Bar, quick, easy, online! Whether for a company party, or your birthday, guaranteed freshly prepared and delivered by the home delivery service of Salad Bar from Chatswood. Do you have any questions? Just call +61294111485.

Do you have a family or friends who like different things? Just combine as you please and give everyone the opportunity to choose favorite dish. And if you're planning a party, order food from Tavern is a convenient way to save yourself hours of work in the kitchen and instead enjoy the event itself, enjoying a perfect feast with the rest of your guests.

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Was not impressed. My salad was mainly leaves. Very little octopus or other ingredients. The wait was also longer than expected, which we have especially since we were the only people. I feel bad because I write that, because the lady who served me, really nice, but she and the other workers appeared very unorganized and frazed.

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I poped in for a coffee and a quick bite to eat before a work meeting and after arriving on a early flight from Melbourne. The coffee was great, and they

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  • tea
  • coffee
  • Salad
  • Cafes
  • Healthy Food


  • Delivery
  • Breakfast
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Brunch
  • Parking available 270 metres away

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