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Turkey breasts fried in olive oil with lime and honey; noodles in sweet chili sauce...
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Turkey breasts fried in olive oil with lime and honey; noodles in sweet chili sauce... 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
A large glass of delicious iced Low Alcohol cider (Waitrose do a very tasty one).
 
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Godiver

Re:Turkey breasts fried in olive oil with lime and honey; noodles in sweet chili sauce... 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
Can anyone recommend one of the brick lane (or surrounding area) curry restaurants? I was out last night having a meal before going to see my friends band and consumed an uninspiring spiced platter. My friends band was brilliant though, so it made up for it.
 
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Martin K

Re:Turkey breasts fried in olive oil with lime and honey; noodles in sweet chili sauce... 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
My favourite curry place in London is in Richmond, I cant remember it`s name , but it is on the corner of the one way system.
If you get down here Godiver, go to Spice @ Ferndown, wonderful and reliable, and they let you share dishes.
Last night we had kebabed lamb in coconut sauce with a delicous naan.
Is Rani still in North london? Their banana curry was fantastic:P
 
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Godiver

Re:Turkey breasts fried in olive oil with lime and honey; noodles in sweet chili sauce... 14 Years, 10 Months ago  
I can assure you that the best curry house in london is the 'mirch masala' in tooting. Go there and have a meal, if it is not the best indian meal you have ever had in london i will send you a cheque for your meal.

Have the grilled lamb chops and onion bhaji for starters and then some methi..... in fact, 10:56, i'm going down there now!!!!!
 
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