The RoyAls Crew Is Opening A New Filipino Chicken Joint In East Vic Park Next Week – The Urban List


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From the guys behind RoyAl's Chicken & Burgers, Drasko’s Hot Chicken, Al Pastors and Baby Roys, comes the latest soul food addition to get you drooling—Lola's Filipino Diner. 

Keen fans may be familiar with the Lola’s name from their old Thornlie Lola’s Hot Chicken outpost. And the good news is, you can finally revisit those mouth-watering Filipino faves at the newly renovated East Victoria Park location, which was once home to their OG RoyAls store.

The brothers behind these legendary Perth restaurants are bringing their mum's cooking to the forefront, revisiting the classic Filipino comfort food they grew up with in a casual diner setting brimming with warm Filipino hospitality. You’ll find the 30-seater space has received a solid refresh, with new blue interiors, a playful Jeepney mural and dark bamboo features all adding to the unique atmosphere. But, let’s face it, it’s the epic eats we’re really here for.

The new menu has all your bases covered, from traditional dishes like inasal chicken (Filipino BBQ chicken) or a boodle fight (a selection of carefully curated dishes served on a banana leaf and traditionally eaten with your hands) through to crowd favourites like their tantalising fried chicken and gravy. 

BBQ Chicken at Lola's Filipino Diner

Plus, don’t miss out on trying their house made longanisa sausage and corned beef dishes served with garlic rice and fried egg—trust us, it’ll hit the spot any time of day. And for those with dietary requirements, don’t worry, you’re covered too. Lola’s will be serving up a range of gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options including a fried eggplant adobo with braised coconut chilli and ginger greens. Sounds pretty darn good, right?

Honestly, if your mouth isn't watering right now, we can't be friends.

The new Lola’s Filipino Diner opens for lunch on Saturday 26 June at 8/885 Albany Highway in East Victoria Park. Get in early to avoid missing out.

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