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09-01-2021, 14:39   #1
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What's your favourite takeaway meal?

What's your go-to takeaway order?
I'm partial to a chicken Madras, naan and pilau rice myself.
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09-01-2021, 14:41   #2
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I'm a simple man - Smoked cod, chip & battered sausage.

And don't be shy with the salt and vinegar.
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09-01-2021, 14:45   #3
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Chicken & cashew nut stir-fry from Diep or Camile with steamed rice.

I often think I want fish n chips, or a burger, or sweet and sour chicken balls, or whatever, and never fail to regret it when I do occasionally indulge.

That stir-fry is the only takeaway I enjoy every single time.
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09-01-2021, 14:58   #4
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Don’t have one... in particular but....

Asian : Szechuan beef noodles.. this dish alone in my local Asian take away is simply sublime.. tonnes of delicious and tender meat over just tonnes of noodles, flavor of the beef, literally melt in your mouth and the tenderness mmmmmmm, filling and fabulous.

Chipper : Quarter pounder and cheese, curry chips. An old reliable, changed chipper recently from what had gone down to 7/10 to the new one 10/10...

Pizza : Mizzonis pizza - The Original Irish - Bacon, Sausage, Egg, black pepper, Mozzarella, onion.
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Chinese takeaway.
Crispy aromatic duck ...

Or Indian, Rogan Josh with pilau rice.
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I'm a simple man - Smoked cod, chip & battered sausage.

And don't be shy with the salt and vinegar.
Smoked? Well Law-di-feckin-daw
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09-01-2021, 15:27   #8
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Lately it would be Sweet and Sour chicken with Jasmin rice from the local Chinese restaurant here.

Fan of Cod and Chips too but the fish has to be cooked just right.
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I love gyros and Greek food generally, I love a proper shish kebab, I love various Mexican dishes (not too hot though) and I love various Indian dishes (not too hot though).

I like the occasional chipper but not too often as they are quite heavy. I like pizza well enough but it wouldn’t be close to my favourite. *whispers* I’m not that keen on Italian food. Thai and Japanese are nice too but not my faves.

I don’t really like the Chinese food you get in takeaways in Ireland. It is far too sweet and greasy. No idea what actual Chinese food is like (I’m sure there are many regional variations in such a large country).

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Chicken & cashew nut stir-fry from Diep or Camile with steamed rice.

I often think I want fish n chips, or a burger, or sweet and sour chicken balls, or whatever, and never fail to regret it when I do occasionally indulge.

That stir-fry is the only takeaway I enjoy every single time.
Chicken balls are so mank. That thick greasy batter. Vom.
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Chicken balls are so mank. That thick greasy batter. Vom.
Great for a thundering hangover though!

(Although mostly in my head, like I say I almost always regret the decision!)
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Pad Thai is my fallback when ordering from Deliveroo.

Bit sick of it now but it’s like browsing through Netflix and sticking on The US Office for the thousandth time.
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Pizza or Thai
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Whats the Ramen spicebag like?

Cant decide whether to get a Jackie Lennox or try something new
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Lamb Jalfrezi, pilau rice and garlic naan. From chipper, quarter pounder and few chips.
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