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£20 note..what takeaway would you order? watch

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    Italian - some sort of seafood and pasta combination.
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    (Original post by Niall2407)
    Gamble it, put it on red

    WIN - I'm getting £40 worth of food, great evening ahead
    LOSE - I'm going hungry for the evening
    haha epic
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    Lamb Dhansak.
    Peshawari Naan.
    Onion Bhaji.
    Small portion of boiled rice.
    :sogood:
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    * Big Pizza with Jalapeno, Chicken, Sweetcorn, and Pepperoni
    * Bottle of coke (won't drink it all obviously)
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    1/4 aromatic duck, char siu pork with crispy noodles, and wor tip.

    Damnit I want to go order Chinese food now when I'm trying to save money!
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    Local Chinese I really like. Sweet and sour chicken cantonese style and egg fried rice. Maybe a plain chow mein though their portions are generous so the above two would fill me up. Rest can be used for something else?
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    A curry from the place down the road. Chicken Korma and chappatis :coma: It's so nice.
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    Chicken Shish kebab with extra salad, LOAAAADS of garlic sauce and a portion of chips with that irresistible ketchup sauce and a sprite.. :coma:
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    I'd get a special chow main with chips, egg fried rice, prawn crackers and some prawn toast :coma:

    *gets out chinese menu and now spends money I don't have*
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    Madras
    Special friend rice
    Naan Bread
    Onion salad
    Chips
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    :lolwut: does this even need debating



    curry anyday
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    I'd get an Indian because they're generally consistently good, no matter which one. I've had amazing chinese takeaways and then shockingly poor ones. Same with kebab and pizza. But I've never ordered an indian which hasn't been nice to some degree! It'd have to be lamb tikka masala, fried rice, mushroom & onion bahjis, naan bread, poppadoms and dips. AND I'D EAT IT ALL TO MYSELF.
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    Indian takeaway ALL THE WAY.. Pizza + Chinese are like £10, £4 respectively... BORING. That's what you get when you don't have much money.

    Lamb Jalfrezi - HOT
    cocunut rice - TASTY
    Nan bread (The sweet one, paswari??)
    Tango Orange (or ice cold water )

    Now that's a meal haha.
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    Shrimp Chow Mein and Spring Rolls
    or hmm,
    Cheeese and Tomato garlic bread - nommy!
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    It would normally be a chinese, but I'm really feeling an Indian tonight. Chicken Pakora for starter, followed by a King Prawn Bhuna, with pilau rice, garlic naan, poppadums and mango chutney. The remainder from my £20 would go into a big bottle of coke, a tub of Hagen Das pralines and cream (Our local takeaway sells ice cream =D) and the guy's tip.
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    I'd get 2 dominoes medium pizzas (buy one get one free), pepperoni passion and a mighty meaty, then with the rest I could get a chinese - egg fried rice and a duck/cashew nuts. Feast for me.
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    Indian.
    Lamb tikka rogan josh, pilau rice, garlic naan and sag aloo.
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    Local chippy-

    Sausage and chips with salt and vinegar, 10 times over!
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    Chinese.

    Sweet and sour (comes with chicken balls) (but i'd throw away the sweet and sour sauce).
    Egg fried rice.
    And curry sauce.
    Anddddd and a can of coke......actually I have to get 2 when I have a chinese. Even with the mild curry sauce my mouth feels on fire :lol:

    Mmmmm yum!
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    Chicken tikka masala
    Saag aloo
    Pilau rice
    Chicken pakoras

    If I have money left over:
    Onion bhaji
    Naan bread
 
 
 
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