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That was weird, wasn't it?
Incidentally, I just had a Five Guys. It was decent.
Was damn tasty.
Still don't eat any meat at home.
never heard of it so maybe?
ramen still seems to be getting bigger
never heard of ramen being a thing. those Japanese street omelette things though...
the streets will overflow with blood
It's chips, cheese and gravy, ffs.
had a lamb burger for lunch too.
I think it's ramen
4 of those were in Wagamama I reckon. Am I doing it wrong?
I read a tweet from someone to say that 'they could go for some ramen right about now'. Never had this thought myself.
pnikkers, you'd love Bone Daddies I reckon.
btw, I think you're right. Ramen has passed.
burger burger, better burger, murder burger, burger queen, charcoal burger, handmade burgers (as opposed to all the robot ones), morgans burgers.
murder burger's advertising: https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=murder+burger+ads&espv=2&biw=1920&bih=979&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=MmyeVYqnEISe8QWOiISIAQ&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ
To identify Scottish people.
Next thing Londoner's will suddenly 'realise' that fried chicken is nice when done properly or something
I thought some total cunts had already set up a 'posh' KFC? ('Posh' being code for 'No Black or Working Class people')
is there a chicken liquor too?
but "free range chicken from the spit". As do Le Coq in Islington.
it's actually pretty ok
Chick n Sours is in Dalston having just opened
I can't really get behind posh fried chicken places.
I went through a period of ordering Dixy chicken to my flat late at night as the one in Stoke Newington is too far from my new flat but the one at Stamford Hill is terrible. It kept taking ages and was always cold. Until I realised I was ordering from the one in Walthamstow
Some of them even do funerals.
so shut your fucking mouth
he got hilariously angry about this last time, don't spoil it
glad you came around
all I did was point out you were/are spectacularly wrong.
I just can't believe you've ever had a good brioche bun burger if you feel that way.
Bet you're a sesame seed wanker. Gross.
and is now/will soon be poutine
I have since married her.
I bet Royter is the kind of idiot who likes gammon
Maybe covered with treacle? Or just stick to rusks.
Shouldn't that apply to not having the eating habits of a child?
mummy, mummy, can I have some brioche toast please?
i wasn't paying that much attention
mainly because they won't let you just sit in there and drink a milkshake, cunts
but there's one in islington now?
"If you can't make up your mind, order something expensive... better for you... better for us"
Fuck off mate
proper old-school brits-producing-shit-fake-american-food
called Eddie Rocket's (which is decent enough as it goes) but both companies' tripadvisor reviews have people complaining they aren't as good as the other
almost went to an ER's as a quick last meal when I was in ireland this year. it looked a bit empty and sad tho so we got fish and chips round the corner, which turned out to be the best meal of the trip.
had some premade asda burgers i bought reduced a few months ago
defrosted them last night
they minged so i just had a bacon grilled cheese instead
and bacon fat
no the salt was too far
foul, but london
we wouldn't tell you
marckee would tell you
The idea of putting tasty things between pieces of bread is probably the only good thing humanity has ever done.
by convincing ourselves that there's a big deal about how you do it.
Apart from brioche buns which are shit, every other method of putting food in bread sits somewhere between "fine" and "nice".
The rest is just marketting
Initially I really missed burgers, but I since realised that, when it comes to burgers, it's not so much the meat that makes it - it's the juicy ratio of salad, sauce, and substance to delicious, lightly toasted bun.
Veggie burgers - be they bean patties or otherwise - started off as compromises. Now I actively prefer them to their meat counterparts. They're every bit as tasty, they go just as well with a beer, but you feel less heavy, bloated, and unclean afterwards.
I mean some mushroom in the patty somewhere is welcomed, but just a grilled mushroom can fuck the fuck off
they are different but also good
And piss on it in your garden
meatiest veggie burger i've ever had
I live in Derby and work in Nottingham, so can only really recommend places in the East Midlands.
In terms of the big chains, though, the Las Iguanas bean and beet burger is incredible. It melts in the mouth.
lentil burgers leave you feeling bloated as fuck
But in any case, I'd rather feel bloated (read: full, satisfied) than greasy.
The customers didn't care for it.
I don't know but I can say that numbers don't lie and the middle classes won't be vocal about it anymore but still can't stop eating pulled pork.
And they still like bagels. I don't know what they're getting excited about though. Probably chips dipped in hollandaise.
I can't wait until Animal Farm happens.
It's like going to the cinema when the film's been out a month and you can put your feet out and aren't surrounded by belters
which uses curd cheese (apparently "squeaky" is good?) rather than it just being grated cheddar. Not sure you can even get the right stuff here that easily. So that is good for its hipster cred. What is next, Korean? I am sure there must be more pointless undiscovered shit out there. Somali?
there was a poutine """pop up""" at Birthdays in dalston for a while called Stacks. it was ok. i've not had it in canada but it must be better.
grated cheddar isn't even a thing
especially after that Chef film, but nope. Apart from that place in Stoke Newington Church St, which is really overpriced, nowhere in London does a proper one.