THE LANTERN RESTAURANT

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Re: THE LANTERN RESTAURANT

Post by Dusak » Tue Dec 24, 2013 4:31 pm

That's about the only thing I miss about the UK, the Lake District. Must of spent half my adult life up there. :up


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Re: THE LANTERN RESTAURANT

Post by A-Four » Wed Dec 25, 2013 12:30 pm

Bombay wrote:
Glyphdoctor wrote:And if you lined up a Chinese, Thai, Indian and Egyptian restaurant next to one another, I'd be eating at the first three before I would eat at the latter. When I am in London, you won't find me eating any fish and chips or roasts, but you will find me eating Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese, etc. Most Egyptian restaurants serve bland, tasteless food. If you want good Egyptian cooking, you have to go to a home to get it.
I hope to change that next month.
It seems that there is at least one person on here who has realised how quickly tourism has changed in the past six months. I shall subject post on this subject tomorrow.

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Re: THE LANTERN RESTAURANT

Post by Bombay » Wed Dec 25, 2013 1:28 pm

A-Four wrote:
Bombay wrote:
Glyphdoctor wrote:And if you lined up a Chinese, Thai, Indian and Egyptian restaurant next to one another, I'd be eating at the first three before I would eat at the latter. When I am in London, you won't find me eating any fish and chips or roasts, but you will find me eating Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese, etc. Most Egyptian restaurants serve bland, tasteless food. If you want good Egyptian cooking, you have to go to a home to get it.
I hope to change that next month.
It seems that there is at least one person on here who has realised how quickly tourism has changed in the past six months. I shall subject post on this subject tomorrow.
Realised this before Morsi left unfortunately all the banks that are supposed to be supporting business development during this time proved that they are not.

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