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The UK Menu Game (2003)

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New World. I prefer it to Chuen Cheng Ku.

I even prefer it to eCapital

That didn't last long

Take it away Jon.


Edited by jackal10 (log)

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That's spooky Macrosan..i printed the menus for tonight this afternoon and made the same mistake..Cheery instead of cherry. :wacko:

My waitress spotted it as i was leaving (night off! :biggrin: ), but to be honest i couldn't be bothered to reprint it :shock: I told her to tell the guests that they were happy tomatoes

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shut up this time, Andy

Is that anyway to speak to your friendly neighbourhood moderator? I wouldn't dream of spoiling the fun. Mainly because I have no idea whatsoever where this menu comes from.

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shut up this time, Andy

Is that anyway to speak to your friendly neighbourhood moderator? I wouldn't dream of spoiling the fun. Mainly because I have no idea whatsoever where this menu comes from.

Bapi - touche; a much underrated establishment

Andy - only cos you bloody did the last one five minutes after it went up

J


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Now, now chaps- lets play nicely.

Pigeon breast with herb rissoto and thyme juice

Herbed free-range Springfield chicken breast with potato fondant

Three creme brulees of vanilla, elderflower and coffee

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Crisp, Breaded Belly Pork, with Fennel, Lemon and Capers.

Frutti di Mare: lobster, crab, prawns, oyster, mussels, cockles, and squid

Home made Gelati and Sorbetti

Cheese: Miss Muffet, Skirrid.

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Okay one from about 1998:

salad of lobster with herbs, tomato confit, sauce cocktail

escalope of sea bass with caviar, velouté of champagne

caramelised pineapple with vanilla

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Ha!

I think a lot of us know the answer to this one but are far to embarrased to say so...

Or is it just me?!

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Feta cheese & pasta salad

Grilled chicken flatbread

Berry & yoghurt crunch

????

Jon Tsengs house the other day at lunch time?

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