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    Cheese and omelette and some deep fried thing with a sweet curried gloop poured on top. There's times when that is a very appealing idea to me.

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    Another big East Asian chain opened in London. I've been to the Sydney branch lots of times. https://www.dintaifung-uk.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by comelately View Post
    Did you go?

    I saw Ichibanya in Central Bangkok for....significantly less money. I actually ate at Hinoya, which had just opened its first branch in BKK.....and I don't really get it. My dish had tartare sauce on it, but that was unpiquant even by British Chippy Standards. I get that Japanese Curry is supposed to be bland, but fuck it I'm not feeling it.
    Im in here now. It's exactly what I expected. Exactly what I needed. Really good hangover food. Healing.
    Will definitely come again.

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    Lin's resturaunt on Southwark rd near Tate modern is great. Really like it. Me and woops went after work yesterday. Chinese.

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    One of the things I had was tofu with preserved eggs it was delicious. I always get the cucumber in these places and I always get the dry fried green beans.

    https://deliveroo.co.uk/menu/london/bankside/lins

    Woops got chicken satay, sweet and sour chicken and plain noodles.

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    We had three tsing tsaos each.

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    I have no clue what a tsing tsao is and now I'm reading about a WW1 siege.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Tsingtao

    The Siege of Tsingtao, sometimes Siege of Tsingtau, was the attack on the German port of Tsingtao (now Qingdao) in China during World War I by Japan and the United Kingdom. The siege took place between 31 October and 7 November 1914 against Imperial Germany. The siege was the first encounter between Japanese and German forces, the first Anglo-Japanese operation of the war, and the only major land battle in the Asian and Pacific theatre during World War I.[4]

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    When we were planning a visit to London and would have preferred to stay where we could find good restaurants within walking distance. On a travel forum we were recommended to use Food Near Me apps that really work fine
    Last edited by kevinoak; 13-09-2019 at 02:35 PM.

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    Thanks, kev
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by comelately View Post
    Yeah kinda, but this was at Central World Mall and the price discrepancies aren't always quite what you'd think for non-Thai food. Mostly I ate Thai style curry from street guys or the cheaper food courts.

    Yeah fair enough, I do just kinda feel that Japanese curry can be largely replicated by buying a katsu sauce from the supermarket and a trip to the chicken shop. Obviously it makes sense that we've taken to Katsu, but generally Brits have better access to cooking facilities than students in Asia and can knock their own simple grub together. Admittedly we've largely forsaken deep fat fryers thanks to public safety announcements during the 1980s, but most of those dishes can be replicated with relative ease.
    I remember having fantastic home-cooked Japanese curry when I was in Osaka. It is a bit like the best casserole you've ever had, though, so I see the Brit-link....

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