Huge place this. Huge. As in seating inside and outside. Don't expect royal seating or anything, however what they do have is adequate for your dinner.
They also offer meal deals and traditional chicken (full, quarter, etc) and possibly some of the best chicken this side of Parramatta.
If you're here for dinner best be aware that there is always a line of people milling for orders and they give you a number so you can stand off to one side and pick up when they yell out your order number.
The food is pretty nommy so mostly the wait is always worth it in the end.
Also they don't take cards. So if you don't have cash I do suggest you get some before you go here otherwise you can use their non-descript ATM in the corner of the shop. But be warned that it's not affiliated with any bank so therefore you get slogged the withdrawal fee.
The best and has always been my favourite charcoal chicken in Sydney. The place is always crowded and finding parking nearby can be hard. Very handy if you take the train to go there as it's closed to the station. If you haven't tried El Jannah, you're missing out big time!
Had takeaway from here after someone disputes my claims about Frangos in Petersham being the best chicken. El Jannah sure does a good one too and if you're a garlic fiend you'll love it for the sauce the most. I'll still pick the spicy Frango's version first I think but this