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    Dany from Barnsley either one of our UK based members or a Michelin reviewer in his spare time



    Some of the food I have seen on this videos it's no wonder the UK has the reputation it does for food quality

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    these days there is no shortage of fine dining in the uk, and yorkshire is particularly blessed in this respect, but to go looking for it in town centre street food targeted at students will invariably lead to disappointment.

    for a truly sickening experience, watch danny the lowrent gobshites video entitled " going to bradford to try a chocolate kebab".



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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy As Larry View Post
    it's no wonder the UK has the reputation it does for food quality
    Maybe you should head off next to the drunk food thread to give some tips on suitable garnishes.

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    Britain does actually have some fine cuisine- but no point telling that to those oiks. They revel in grease and obesity, and like dogging afterwards.

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    ^ If I thought grease and obesity would lead to a dogging session I'd stop this diet immediately.

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    Greasy Vera's: Sheffield's Ultimate Late Night Sandwich Bar • The Sheffield Guide
    Used to visit around 2 am on the way home from clubbing and i don't mean Seals.

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    looks like park hill flats in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Britain does actually have some fine cuisine

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    ^^^

    My favourite 1980s "takeaways" were from The Limit, Bottom of East street.

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    A few beers, an Indian and a selection of fresh, flexible, friday night fillies.



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    Is that you?

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    No, but the girl, bottom right, looks familiar.

    Nae worries we all have our foibles.

    Keep your tubes glowing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Britain does actually have some fine cuisine-
    For example?
    It has some good food for sure, but 'fine cuisine'?
    Give us one example of (traditionally British) fine cuisine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    ^^^

    My favourite 1980s "takeaways" were from The Limit, Bottom of East street.

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    A few beers, an Indian and a selection of fresh, flexible, friday night fillies.

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    For example?
    this good enough for you?



    Situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors in the picturesque village of Harome, near Helmsley, this much-loved thatched Inn’s origins are understood to date back to the C14th. The current chapter of its history opened with the arrival of Chef/Patron, Andrew Pern in June 1996, since when it has been consistently rated as one of the UK’s top eateries, holding a Michelin star for a generous portion of Andrew’s tenure.

    The Star Inn is essentially an Inn with Rooms serving ‘modern Yorkshire’ food made primarily from locally-sourced seasonal ingredients, such as local game, North Sea fish and fresh herbs from its own kitchen garden. Wines and beers are carefully selected to compliment the dining menu, whilst service is knowledgeable, but friendly. Add to this the atmosphere of an Inn with hospitality steeped into its very timbers for a proper Star treat.




    The Star Inn At Harome - Andrew Pern




    http://www.thestaratharome.co.uk/menu/star_sunday.pdf


    http://www.thestaratharome.co.uk/menu/star_spring.pdf


    http://www.thestaratharome.co.uk/menu/star_drinks.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Is that you?
    I would have loved to drink with you back then.

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    OMG here come the olds.




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    06:19 in Seattle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    06:19 in Seattle.
    Goodnight Cy

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    this good enough for you?



    Situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors in the picturesque village of Harome, near Helmsley, this much-loved thatched Inn’s origins are understood to date back to the C14th. The current chapter of its history opened with the arrival of Chef/Patron, Andrew Pern in June 1996, since when it has been consistently rated as one of the UK’s top eateries, holding a Michelin star for a generous portion of Andrew’s tenure.

    The Star Inn is essentially an Inn with Rooms serving ‘modern Yorkshire’ food made primarily from locally-sourced seasonal ingredients, such as local game, North Sea fish and fresh herbs from its own kitchen garden. Wines and beers are carefully selected to compliment the dining menu, whilst service is knowledgeable, but friendly. Add to this the atmosphere of an Inn with hospitality steeped into its very timbers for a proper Star treat.




    The Star Inn At Harome - Andrew Pern




    http://www.thestaratharome.co.uk/menu/star_sunday.pdf


    http://www.thestaratharome.co.uk/menu/star_spring.pdf


    http://www.thestaratharome.co.uk/menu/star_drinks.pdf
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    And, um a bottle of cheap argentinian wine. Catena Zapata Chardonnay, White Bones, Adrianna Vineyards 13% 2016 Tupungato, Argentina 208.00
    ( I See where they're making the money)

    It all looks exceedingly pretentious.
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    agreed, it does look exceedingly pretentious.

    the uk has long shaken off its reputation as a gastronomes nightmare, and these days brits are a lot more discerning than they used to be and half the programmes on tv these days seem to be food related

    from the streetfood slop in the original posts to michelin starred fare and with all points, budgets and cuisines in between, eating out these days, well, pre covid, is actually a delight.

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    Look at the chin on that fat cvnt

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    We saw a place on foodpanda that supposed did American hotdogs....

    As my wife loves American hotdogs, we gave it a try....

    Mine, as delivered, a chili cheese dog...

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    My wife's as delivered....

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    The wife scraped her toppings to cover the dog ...... she said it wasn't bad. Mine was great, but a tad bit expensive.
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