Dozens of families form huge queues for their last chance to get their hands on ...

Dozens of families form huge queues for their last chance to get their hands on a Sizzler dinner before the chain shuts its Australian stores for good Crowds of people queued outside Sizzler for a last hearty steak and salad Sizzlers close on November 15 with an estimated 600 people to lose their jobs  Sizzler was the place of their first jobs, birthdays, Mother's Days, anniversaries Coronavirus pandemic has been blamed for the restaurant chain's shutdown 

By Alison Bevege And Aap For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 11:37 BST, 4 October 2020 | Updated: 11:37 BST, 4 October 2020

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Crowds of Sizzler lovers have lined up in the cold to eat their last bites of cheesy toast before the restaurant chain closes.

It was a chilly 15C on Saturday night but that did not stop Perth residents queuing by the dozen for one of their last chances at the salad buffet, sizzling steak and hokey pokey ice cream at the restaurant that has been a familiar fixture in their lives for 35 years.

At least 20 people were pictured waiting in line which snaked through the carpark at one of the city's three remaining Sizzlers after the chain announced it was closing its nine Australian stores.  

Dozens queued outside a Perth Sizzler on Saturday as temperatures fell to a chilly 15C

Dozens queued outside a Perth Sizzler on Saturday as temperatures fell to a chilly 15C 

Adam Johnston from Dapto (centre) went for a last lunch at Sydney's only Sizzler at Campbelltown, with his 11-year-old son, Ayden (right) on Sunday

Adam Johnston from Dapto (centre) went for a last lunch at Sydney's only Sizzler at Campbelltown, with his 11-year-old son, Ayden (right) on Sunday

Ayden Johnston, 11, takes a big bite of his last serve of cheesy toast before Sizzler closes

Ayden Johnston, 11, takes a big bite of his last serve of cheesy toast before Sizzler closes

Sizzler Australia took to Facebook on Friday to tell its fans that November 15 would be its last day of trade.

'It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that after 35 years it is time to say goodbye,' the post said.

'We hope to see you all for one last slice of Cheese Toast.'

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