Sals Oz Rock Cafe AKA Sals Kebabs is a kebab shop in Revesby near the train station (Sydney Australia)
It is open well into the early hours of the night so that the drunk people from the neighbouring pub and nearby club can come and eat because the bistro and shops are closed.
Sal (the rock guru) plays all the old classic rock songs all working hours so you can just kick back and relax.
The shop itself is a normal sized kebab shop and the walls stoles have records on them.
Sals Kebabs is known for his special Khe Sanh (named after the song by Cold Chisel) The Khe Sanh is the typical Aussie Kebab
Beef Cheese Lettuce Tomato and of coarse BBQ sauce…..$8
Every so often the Sals theme song "I LOVE SALS KEBABS!!" sung to the tune of I Love Rock and Roll By Arrows can be heard at anytime after 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights. The theme song was created by philosophize and members of The Darkest Illusion one drunk Friday night.
Sal’s Kebabs is the meeting place for all the hungry drunk people and is a peaceful place of joy where rock music calms the spirit while Kebabs sooth the soul
Group of guys in Revesby Workers Club
Guy 1: Hey man lets go to Sal’s?
Guy 2: What’s Sal’s?
Group of guys: *stare in disbelief
"SALS KEBABS MAN!! YOUR'VE NEVER BEEN!!?!??
Guy 2: What’s Sal’s?
Guy 1: You'll see man....you’ll see
Guy 3: Lets go get this guy a Khe Sanh
Drunk guy 1: “I juuust Weeent TO saaaals maaaan”
Drunk guy 2: Khe Sanh
Drunk guy 1: *nods with big smile
Drunk guy 2: “Sweeet lets go back to the pub now
"I LOOOOVE SAL'S KEEBABS NAAA nAA NA NA NA NAaa NA NAAAA JUKE BOX BABY I LOOOOOVE SALS KEBABS"
Sals Kebabs Theme song lyrics
1. A piss-funny movie that still defines every actor who was in it almost a decade later ("hey, it's that dude/chick out of 'American Pie'"), and gave the world Steve Stifler, the man every guy wanted to be, and every girl wanted to be with.more...
2. American Pie, the song, is a cultural atrocity from one-hit-wonder Don McLean. The reason this song is so popular is a mystery. It's one of those indulgent, over-long, over-blown, pompous efforts that says more about the singer than the object of the song. Too complex for its own good (there are a million interpretations of the lyrics), yet contains some apparently random passages which seem to have been selected just to make a rhyme. A birthday-and-wedding staple in Australia, it contains enough references to booze and Chevys to make it popular with the younger crowd even almost 40 years later. It usually comes on near the end of the night and when it does, you're supposed to stand in a circle, put your arms around each other's shoulders and sway as though you're taking part in some sort of special experience (see also Dancing Queen, The Gambler and Khe Sanh). Personally, I only like it because it gives me 8 minu...
Donny was a good bowler, and a good man. He was one of us. He was a man who loved the outdoors... and bowling, and as a surfer he explored the beaches of Southern California, from La Jolla to Leo Carrillo and... up to... Pismo. He died, like so many young men of his generation, he died before his time. In your wisdom, Lord, you took him, as you took so many bright flowering young men at Khe Sanh, at Langdok, at Hill 364. These young men gave their lives. And so would Donny. Donny, who loved bowling. And so, Theodore Donald Karabotsos, in accordance with what we think your dying wishes might well have been, we commit your final mortal remains to the bosom of the Pacific Ocean, which you loved so well. Good night, sweet prince.
Donny, you are out of your element!
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Other definitions include...
"Maiden Voyage on the Chocolate Train to Khe Sanh"
"Just the tip, for boys"
"Backdoor Pony Express"
"Hey, did you hear that Vin Diesel wanted to Colon Tickle Clay Aiken?"
"No way! He doesn't seem like his type at all!"
Cold Chisel are a hard rock band from Australia. They originally formed in 1973. They broke up in 1993 and have had various reunions over the years, their last reunion was in 2009 and they are still performing.
Cold Chisel play a hard-edged form of Australian pub rock frequently augmented by piano. They have played songs with a variety of tempos over the years, typically the "rockers" have a bluesy structure and a rockabilly flavour (a bit like a manic Creedence Clearwater Revival). They are also known for ballads such as 'Khe Sanh' (possibly their most well-known song) and atypical songs such as 'No Sense', a ska-influenced number about an obsessive fan.
The band is considered to be popular with yobbos/bogans, an uncultured subset of working-class European Australians, and for this they are much maligned. However if the knockers took some time to look over many of the song lyrics they would discover that the sophistication and introspection would match much of the best of what bands with more "high-class" fans have to offer, and would surpass them in heartfeltness and relevancy in the real world.
Members: Jimmy Barnes (vocals)
Steve Prestwich(drummer) (dec.)
I saw Cold Chisel on stage at the Deniliquin Ute Muster in 2010 and they were great.
In a way it is good that they never made it big in America, they could have ended up doing an INXS and destroyed any credibility they have for ever after. Imagine Cold Chisel with a Canadian Elvis impersonator for a singer........