It's the iconic pub meal: schnitzel, chips and salad - washed down with a beer.
For the Great Western Hotel's regulars Mitch Ross and Susan Smith, it was the only option they considered as pubs re-opened for the first time since the shutdown began.
The Great Western Hotel and the Royal Hotel were the first pubs in Orange to re-open, while restaurants and cafes were also permitted to open for 10 in-venue patrons on Friday.
Mr Ross and Ms Smith, who along with family are regulars at the Great Western, said it was good to be back at the pub and had been looking forward to the first lunch back ever since pubs closed.
And the first thing ordered?
"Chicken Schnitzels all round," Ms Smith said with a grin.
When there's people in the pub and a vibe happening, it feels like hospitality.Great Western Hotel owner Matt Hardman
"They were lovely ... you can't make them at home, I've tried but you can't do it."
She said while it felt strange only having 10 people in the restaurant part of the pub, it was still nice to be able to get out of the house.
"It was an everyday routine of coming down, having some lunch and a beer," she said.
Mr Ross said it "felt heaps weird" to only have a few people in the pub, but said there was a clear thing he'd been looking forward to the most: "beers".
Great Western Hotel owner Matt Hardman said it was "fantastic" to have patrons back in the pub.
"When there's people in the pub and a vibe happening, it feels like hospitality," he said.
"When it's just takeaway and customers arrive, pick up their food and go again it's a different atmosphere."
"You've got people sitting and enjoying themselves in the pub ... when you're looking after people and seeing the reactions to the food it feels like a hospitality venue again."
He said it was nice to see regulars be the first through the door.
"Absolutely, it's nice for our regulars who've supported us but it's nice for us to support them and look after members of the Great Western family," Mr Hardman said.
The pub has been operating as a takeaway venue since shutdown began, and many regulars had continued to come in to pick that up.
He said he hoped to see some familiar faces across the four sittings at the pub - with two sessions for lunch and two for dinner.
Mr Hardman said it was "surreal" having people back.
"It was a bit surreal, it's been so long since we last pulled a beer or took an order it was a bit surreal. I was probably a bit rusty on that first beer," he said.
"I ended up with a pretty good beer with the end of it but it was a bit surreal and didn't feel natural straight away but after two beers we're back in the swing of things and off we go.
"It's nice to be back in business, while it's only 10 people it's good. There's talk it could be up to 100 people in the next stage of restrictions so if we do that we'd be in a much better space."
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