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I make bear shaped pizzas. Contraversial.
Some market for a quid. It's fucking awesome.
Internet is saying they don't exist. I'll buy it from you for 2 quid? Thats like 100% profit? come on...
I hav pictures somewhere if you require proof though.
I guess they were more practical
That is like adream.
Goodfellas also have a square range, they are also ok. they are better value for money, which is odd for a square.
Does that mean you cannot twirl it around on your hand? Not that I do this.
I got a bit confused once and ended up ordering a metre just for myself. The box looked like a diving board.
Square pizzas are better than round ones.
It just never sounds that big in your head...
I don't know what Firezza is
http://www.firezza.com/ There's one by the Buffalo Bar.
Notting Hill and Chelsea branches. Perhaps I'll investigate.
They don't seem to do those at all down here. That's a massive win!
Like curried donner meat?!
For the meat eaters you have either lamb or chicken, barbequed over a charcoal grill after being dipped in some sort of sauce. Veggies get spiced potato patties.
This is then wrapped in a massive naan bread along with loads of salad and various chutneys and sauces.
Essentially it's the tastiest kebab you'll ever eat and probably the only one that won't make you feel like shit the next day.
You ever had a chip naan? Simple but proper, proper amazing.
you're talking crap. there's literally at least ten places on one street in whitechapel that do these.
the best ones:
plus a few others
They're in Whitechapel and who on earth goes out clubbing round there?
These are the sort of things you have for lunch, after all.
In Manchester they're EVERYWHERE. You can't move for convenient Indian kebab place.
In London all you get are Dirty Fried Chicken places apart from (thankfully) Dalston where there are loads of nice Turkish places and the like, but even Ali-Baba's falafel wrap pales into insignificance beside a Saajan's veggie kebab up in Manchester.
Buh! +1 DanielKelly.
up here I've never come across a takeaway that does falafel wraps. I ordered a falafel pitta the other night and got a chopped up veggie burger in a pitta. With cheese melted on it. Binned it, what a waste.
It's rare you get a good falafel takeaway in London. Mostly it's some old frozen ones deepfried and stuffed in a pitta with some lame salad.
Golders Green is great for fresh, wonderful falafel.
the last (and only time) I visited London, like the bestest everest. I have no idea what place I got it from tho.
I'm gonna have to have some falafel for lunch after all this talk about it.
do those places definitely do the amazing spicy potato veggie kebab options?