I first heard about Sundays Everyday from The Food Forager back in first year of uni. She raved on and on about the cheap, plump, and juicy salmon sushi. Oh my gosh, that was nearly 10 years ago!!!! Gez I’m old.
When I was a povo uni student, a Sundays Everyday visit was a luxury. A meal at Sundays could keep me full for the rest of the day. Even after 10 years, they have retained their affordable prices. Everything on the menu is still less than $10 for a ginormous serve. I think the prices started at $6.90 for me? But don’t quote me on that as I have the memory of a goldfish.
My go to dish on a “fat day” is the chicken karaage. The juicy, tasty, large chunks of chicken can be enjoyed either on a generous bed of rice or along side a bowl of udon noodles. This is by far the most popular dish at Sundays Everyday. Made fresh to order, it is one of the tastiest karaages I’ve had in Perth.
On my “healthier days” (who am I kidding? I don’t have healthy days) I’ll either order the oyako chicken don (chicken and onion omelette) or the teriyaki fish don. They usually have a few of these made up and kept warm in the hot box ready to go. You can still request to have one freshly cooked if you don’t mind waiting 10-15 minutes.
Funnily enough, Sundays Everyday is open for lunch everyday BUT Sundays! I wish they extended their hours to dinner because working full time means I am limited to visiting on Saturdays. And weekends are so precious I have to choose my eat outs wisely!