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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    I agree, the take aways are the top notch places to get chinese food. You cant a nice expensive restaurant, one with chinese people in it. Usually the ones full of chinese people tend to serve good food.
    I normally go to one in Croydon....its also got a Wing Yip supermarket attached....for all your chinese supermarket needs.....lol..it's really funny when someone asks to buy a live eel....

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    The Dialogue Of Ordering A Chinese From Jade Garden:
    1=me
    2=the Jade Garden Woman Who's Always Smiling!!!!

    2-hello, Jade Garden
    1-hi Could I Order A Meal Please?
    2-of Course You Can, Wot Wud Like?
    1-roast Chicken Chinese Style, Egg Fried Rice, Chips And Prawn Crackers Please!
    2-ok So U Want Number 67 Roast Chicken Chinese Stye, 123 Egg Fried Rice, Portion Chips, Portion Prawn Crackers?
    1-yep Thats It Thanx
    2-ok, Be Bout Half An Hour, Number 56
    1-ok
    2-and Your Name Please?
    1-michael
    2-ok Thankyou, See You Soon!
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    (Original post by gzftan)
    I normally go to one in Croydon....its also got a Wing Yip supermarket attached....for all your chinese supermarket needs.....lol..it's really funny when someone asks to buy a live eel....

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    OOh we go there! The bakery is very nice. Brighton has a few good chinese restaurants but my parents are always too critical :rolleyes: London china town is still the best though.
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    OOh we go there! The bakery is very nice. Brighton has a few good chinese restaurants but my parents are always too critical :rolleyes: London china town is still the best though.
    Yeh!! Nothing better than a Char sieu bao!

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    (Original post by gzftan)
    Yeh!! Nothing better than a Char sieu bao!

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    Nah, Don't like pork I like their coconut buns. Now in the restaurant I am a fond lover of Da Xia chang feng
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    Nah, Don't like pork I like their coconut buns. Now in the restaurant I am a fond lover of Da Xia chang feng
    Now my chiense is a bit poor....but is that big prawn white thing wrapped aroiund it???

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    (Original post by gzftan)
    Now my chiense is a bit poor....but is that big prawn white thing wrapped aroiund it???

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    Yes!!! your chinese is not impoverished if you can recognise my favourite dish I also like Xingjiapo Chao Mian. Hmm, methinks my pu tong hua is a bit wrong.

    What do you like?
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    Yes!!! your chinese is not impoverished if you can recognise my favourite dish I also like Xingjiapo Chao Mian. Hmm, methinks my pu tong hua is a bit wrong.

    What do you like?
    Singapore noodles?
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    (Original post by shiny)
    Singapore noodles?
    thats right i think!
    singapore fried noodles! =)

    what's pu tong hua??
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    (Original post by p8224)
    thats right i think!
    singapore fried noodles! =)

    what's pu tong hua??
    tong hua = soupy rice noodles

    pu? { shiny trying to think? hmmm }
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    (Original post by shiny)
    tong hua = soupy rice noodles

    pu? { shiny trying to think? hmmm }
    hehehe!!
    im trying to put it into the context it was written.... :confused:

    i assume hua here means language....and "pu tong" can mean different.....although that would be "bu tong"
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    (Original post by chats)
    i guess so.
    theres a thai place near me and there menu is identical to a chinese one near me???

    Thai restaurants are the same, just far more posh and upmarket apparantley!

    Lou
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    (Original post by p8224)
    hehehe!!
    im trying to put it into the context it was written.... :confused:

    i assume hua here means language....and "pu tong" can mean different.....although that would be "bu tong"
    I know now! "Common language" or "common tongue"!

    "pu tong" = common

    "hua" = language

    { shiny slaps himself on head }
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    (Original post by shiny)
    I know now! "Common language" or "common tongue"!

    "pu tong" = common

    "hua" = language

    { shiny slaps himself on head }
    YESS!!! hahahahaha!!!! clever! my mandarin is so crap~
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    (Original post by p8224)
    YESS!!! hahahahaha!!!! clever! my mandarin is so crap~
    this food talk makes me hungry
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    lemon chicken or roast pork with mixed vegetables.
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    (Original post by Mysticmin)
    Yes!!! your chinese is not impoverished if you can recognise my favourite dish I also like Xingjiapo Chao Mian. Hmm, methinks my pu tong hua is a bit wrong.

    What do you like?
    Me....my favourite dim sum has got to be siu mai [sorry..i only know what they are in cantonese....even though i'm mandarin...]....although i do love the paper wrap prawns. Cheng fan is lovely though...haven't had it in ages!!

    My favourite dish is the Chow Ho/chow kwo teow....not sure what it is in mandarin

    Shiny.....how does 'methinks my something rice noodle soup is a bit wrong' make sense!! :p:p Only jokin!!!

    And yes..that is Singapore fried noodles...lol

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    (Original post by sparkly_tiara)
    Thai restaurants are the same, just far more posh and upmarket apparantley!

    Lou
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    Noooooooooooooooooo!!! Chinese food is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    MUCH BETTER THAN THAI!!!!!!

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    it has to be prawn toast for starters and then crispy duck and seaweed with a sprinkling of black pepper sauce, and for pudding banana fritters with a big dollop of real dairy icecream, yum yum!!!
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    i really love singapore noodles with sweet and sour pork, lemon chicken and chinese brocolli in oyster sauce.... Yum!!

    chinese food is high in monosodiun glutamate which i try to avoid but i just cant wen it come to the food !
 
 
 
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