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Schintz Gateway Circular Quay Sydney NSW







Roman Dyduk is the founder of Papa Schnitz.  Schnitz stands for Schnitzels.   We have had fast food chains specialising in bagels. burgers, pancakes, crepes and now....


In rolls or wraps, one can have choices in several flavours - from Thai the Knot to the American Dream and Swiss.   I enjoyed my choice, with Dill pickles, honey mustard, grilled onions, Cheddar and tomato sauce drizzling over my Schnitz.   There are many common ingredients and garnishing, and only one thing perhaps distinguishes each flavour, for example the Aussie Aussie Aussie has bacon and Hawaii Five-O has pineapple. 


The menu is straight forward, with salads, kid's meals, and sides gracing the main category of wraps and rolls. The biggest serves belong to OMG! and Protein Packed, a term normally reserved for smoothies and juices.   OMG! has rindless bacon, egg and Aioli to enhance the package, while Protein Packed offers Ranch sauce, avocado, semi-dried tomatoes and baby spinach to two Schnitzels.


It was a delightful experience for us - our first time at this fast food chain - especially being served by Ayden, a focused looking young worker at the cash register, speaking well and good mannered.   The staff behind the counter generally have a hustle and bustle about the way they go about their work. 


The schintzels are of a sufficient decent size, and at this chain, combine perhaps the experience of the best of fast food.    Taste for food on the go.  Variety and choice.   Eager and fast moving engagement.   It provides an option for groups, families and those not wanting to spend too much. 



Schintz visited is located at the Gateway Food Court, Alfred Street, Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour.
There are none sites for the Schintz chain around the greater Sydney area.
Opening hours are from 10am to 5pm everyday.






Schnitz Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato 

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