Indian Food

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  1. Whizz-Bizz

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    I just love it, but always seem to have the same old, same old. So what do you hungry lot recommend ?
     
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  2. mark m

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    love a Chinese but when I have a beer a curry or a kebab is a must
     
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    I had a good chinese a couple of nights ago, and went up the kebab shop last night for a 1/2 pounder, what amazes me is how the kebab places vary from town to town that I visit, the place I'm in at the moment £4.90 that was and it wasn't great but go to some places in and around London pick them up for £2.50-3. Just been to the supposedly best sit down curry house in town ( taxi drivers recommendation ) and it was rubbish. If it was based in my home town wouldn't last a year.
     
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    coa i havent had a kebab in ages love a chinky an a indin tho now im hungry lol
     
  5. Whizz-Bizz

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    Ha ha what do you normally go for up the Indian food place ?
     
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    i get lamb or prawn ceylon or dansak,there quite hot tho but not to hot
     
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    never had either to be fair, dont mind a spicy one
     
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    i luv it hot but if its to hot i cant eat it lol end up poorin with sweet madras an jalfrezi r nce an chilly balti mmmmmmm my mouth is watering lol if u like miled my other half has lamb pasanda thats nce
     
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    If you dont like too much heat a balti is a good way to go
     
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    I always have a set meal, that way you get a vatiety. love pashwari nan, and chicken tikka masala. Korma is good, Had one the other week with lychees in, it was lush....

    With a set menu u get starter and popodoms. couple of mains with rice.couple of sides (chic peas and cheese my favourite) and a nan bread. about £25ishfor 2 of us.
     
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