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collyrob 12:23 Sat Feb 4
What is your order from the chinese
7 morettis deep,

Fillet of beef curry with rice, jockeys, special chow mein noodles, crispy chicken in sweet and sour sauce, duck pancakes and prawn crackers.

AHHHH BOSH

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lincslink 7:43 Wed Feb 8
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Frank M

It’s in Chelston Torquay

Lee Trundle 6:29 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
I'd eat most stuff. I smashed 4 balut (a boiled fertilised developed duck egg embryo) in a row.

They struggle to eat one before throwing their guts up on Fear Factor and I'm a Celeb.

I draw the line at putting any live animal in my mouth though. Fuck that.

Kaiser Zoso 6:00 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Don’t bother with it any more. That and Cuban stuff are bottom of my list.

Had a yellow ‘custard’ type thing served up to us in China, which the waiters didn’t try all that hard to tell us what animal it was, and it certainly wasn’t custard

Then we had ‘live’ shrimp in alcohol which I summoned up enough gumption and gave a try, not sure if they were moving or the syrupy stuff dripping off them made it look like they were moving.

On The Ball 5:53 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Beef chow mein, deep-fried chilli beef, spring rolls, some of whatever Mrs OTB is having, and, much to my shame, chips. For some reason I love them.

Only meal I've had in China that I could even slightly relate to what we get served is hoisin duck (which we'd planned beforehand and was probably touristy), but I can't think of anything else that was a version of food I've had here.

Had MSG in North Korea. We had a meal in a restaurant where it was served, in powder form, to add to our meal as we liked. From memory it was cook-it-yourself pork dish.

Crassus 5:50 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Sav son
Your Nursey obsession is going too far mate

Cabbage Savage 5:29 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
big white ballons

Mike Oxsaw 5:13 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
I'll have your 17 if you don't want it.

I'm having 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 17, 26, 17, 17 & 17.

arsene york-hunt 12:40 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Same as yngwies Cat 9:06 Mon Feb 6, but without the 17

frank marker 2:57 Tue Feb 7
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Give us a clue where it is then.

lincslink 10:06 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Our local Chinese doesn’t use MSG or food colouring, it’s the best I have tasted.

bobbymoore 9:48 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
lol yngwies, brilliant

yngwies Cat 9:06 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
17
32
22
70

Too Much Too Young 8:59 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
I miss living in Wimbledon and within delivery distance of The Good Earth.

Chicken and chives dumplings with a vinegar dip, followed by Beef with Thai basil, ginger & palm sugar, with egg fried rice.

Sobs..

Jaan Kenbrovin 7:52 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Not had a Chinese in years. Prefer Japanese, Korean or Thai.

Chicken and Sweet corn soup
Crispy Duck
Thai chilli chicken
Singapore noodles

Side of Ham 7:49 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Don't think curries are just specific to just Indian cuisine....due to the spice factor.....

Beat Freak 7:41 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Deep fried chilli beef, sweet and sour prawn balls and Singapore vermicelli.

Can never understand why people want a Chinese and then order a curry, makes no sense. I wouldn't go to an Indian for a crispy duck..

Northern Sold 7:38 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Our local one has properly upped their game... think half our neighbourhood uses it on a Sunday now... we use 2 or 3 times a month

Chicken Curry NO ONIONS Extra Extra Hot
Chips
Egg Fried Rice

Food of the fucking gods

Far Cough 7:02 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Just a little correction to my Hong Kong story below, they weren't junks it was one massive boat made to look like one of their pagoda things.

By the way we flew into Kai Tak by night, I found out later it was one of the scariest airports for landing in, good job I didn't know that beforehand

Nurse Ratched 6:49 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
BLEXIT!

northbankboy68 6:48 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
Pork Dai Chung

Stubbo 12:47 Mon Feb 6
Re: What is your order from the chinese
On the 'grass roots' trip round China I took in 2007, the best foods had were sweet and sour pork, which was very similar to the sweet and sour pork in the UK, and in Szechuan Province, a Szechuan Hot Pot (which was fiery as fuck, but delicious).

What was funny....all the way round our local guide was taking us to out of the way local restaurants service up local cuisine...nothing outlandish, but just decent local food...mostly vegetables and tofu based. We had 4 Australians in the group who were pushing 25 stone and were very critical of all the food.

When we got to Leshan, they found a 'western' restaurant selling 'burgers' and made a swift beeline for it, filling their faces on familiar food.

They then spent the next 36 hours being violently ill with food poisoning. They also spent most of the trip being gawked at like circus exhibits by Chinese who in 2007 were not all that familiar with Western tourists, and in particular super-sized human beings.

Enjoyed the trip...but as said, the hocking-a-loogie/spitting in the street was revolting and highly prevalent.

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