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    Which do you think comes out on top?

    I'm going to group kebabs in with British

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    Indian for me.
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    Yeah, in general you can't beat a good curry
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    Sharwood £1 frozen CTM = bae

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    Chinese. But then all the Indian takeaways I've had have been rubbish. I think a really good Indian takeaway would beat a really good Chinese.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    Sharwood £1 frozen CTM = bae
    :five: Treated myself to that a few nights ago :love:
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    Indian. I'm pretty sure I could live exclusively off my local Indian takeaway.
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    I love Chinese food so much.

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    Chinese are very good where I live
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    Curry all the way.

    Chinese is good too.

    If by British you mean fish and chips then it's amazing when done right, which is usually not the case from a chippy as the fish sits on the hot tray for ages and the batter goes soggy.
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    Indian. Chinese is better in restaurant, can order lots but know when its too much.
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    (Original post by KaylaB)
    :five: Treated myself to that a few nights ago :love:
    it is wonderful... i normally add a dollop of Mango Chutney

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    Im surprised most people are choosing Indian over Chinese.

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    Kebab after a drink is the law
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    (Original post by the bear)
    it is wonderful... i normally add a dollop of Mango Chutney

    Really... a quid though.. cant be all that? And most likely its the ****-meat from the animal.

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    it is wonderful... i normally add a dollop of Mango Chutney
    Only if there's a few cheeky poppadoms
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    I hardly think you can group kebabs in with British food, they're Turkish/Greek/Cypriot if anything
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    That's my Saturday night dilemma...Chinese or Indian...
    Overall I'd have to say Indian...just love a nice Pathia :drool:
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    Chinese!
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    (Original post by Shumaya)
    Chinese. But then all the Indian takeaways I've had have been rubbish. I think a really good Indian takeaway would beat a really good Chinese.
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    I love Chinese food so much.

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    Chinese are very good where I live
    yes lads
 
 
 
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