Dirty Takeaway Pictures Volume 3

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Vyse

1,104 posts

60 months

Saturday 23rd January 2016
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Yep thats going to be hard to top.

easytiger123 said:




Last night's effort. The mixed grill (featuring hidden lamb chops) was one of the finest takeaways I've ever eaten.

soad

29,229 posts

112 months

Sunday 24th January 2016
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13aines

2,049 posts

85 months

Sunday 24th January 2016
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What is the green stuff?!

soad

29,229 posts

112 months

Sunday 24th January 2016
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£3.80 for a large kebab. Was disgusted with the amount of green stuff, had to scrape it off!

Vyse

1,104 posts

60 months

Sunday 24th January 2016
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£3.80, bloody hell thats surely grade F meat.
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soad

29,229 posts

112 months

Sunday 24th January 2016
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Vyse said:
£3.80, bloody hell thats surely grade F meat.
I'm Oop North. hehe

eskidavies

2,644 posts

95 months

Sunday 24th January 2016
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giblet

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6,993 posts

113 months

Monday 25th January 2016
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Saturday lunch


Love a cheap chicken shop snack. £2.60 well spent

thetoxicnerve

20,401 posts

113 months

Tuesday 26th January 2016
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giblet said:
Saturday lunch
Love a cheap chicken shop snack. £2.60 well spent
Sometimes cheapo chicken shop can hit the spot. Especially with the chilli sauce a lot seem to do. However, they can also be truly fking horrific.

Dapster

2,822 posts

116 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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In between drop off and collection of kid related taxi duties over the weekend I grabbed a spicy lamb wrap from a random Indian in Finchley. Lovely chewy chapatti and a fiery chilly lamb bhuna filling, all doused in enough Castrol GTX to keep a F3000 team going for 2 seasons.




thetoxicnerve

20,401 posts

113 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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No pictures but I just had two Five Guys hotdogs and cajun fries for lunch biggrin

Soov535

35,829 posts

207 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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Reporting for duty, sah!


thetapeworm

7,859 posts

175 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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thetoxicnerve said:
No pictures but I just had two Five Guys hotdogs and cajun fries for lunch biggrin
£642 and the experience of dining in a public toilet crossed with a McDonalds?

thetoxicnerve

20,401 posts

113 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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The food is miles better than than bloody McDs. What's the interior decor got to do with anything?

Podie

45,181 posts

211 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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thetoxicnerve said:
The food is miles better than than bloody McDs. What's the interior decor got to do with anything?
Can't agree with that. It's pricy for what it is (IMO). For the same money I'd go to Honest, Patty & Bun, Tommis...

sc0tt

15,940 posts

137 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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Gtfo

Five guys owns all burger places.

Yes it's expesive but oh my...

Podie

45,181 posts

211 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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sc0tt said:
Gtfo

Five guys owns all burger places.

Yes it's expesive but oh my...
Nope, don't get it. Just like your local layby burger van - only 5 times the price.

It's dirty, I'l give you that hehe

thetoxicnerve

20,401 posts

113 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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I'm with sc0tt. It's spot on.

The other places are the "pretentious wkers" of the burger world.

It's a fking beef pattie in a bun with some toppings for fk's sake.

f1_dragon

228 posts

160 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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Dapster said:
In between drop off and collection of kid related taxi duties over the weekend I grabbed a spicy lamb wrap from a random Indian in Finchley. Lovely chewy chapatti and a fiery chilly lamb bhuna filling, all doused in enough Castrol GTX to keep a F3000 team going for 2 seasons.
Where in Finchley was that? Recommended despite the oil top up? :-)

ApOrbital

5,389 posts

54 months

Wednesday 27th January 2016
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Pictures cotty we need them.