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English food?: adding indents
[[User:IBJoel|IBJoel]] ([[User talk:IBJoel|talk]]) 15:28, 12 May 2016 (EDT)
:I have tried english food before while I was in london. I found it to be shallow and pedantic. --[[User:Tyen|Tyen]] ([[User talk:Tyen|talk]]) 15:30, 12 May 2016 (EDT) ::Ok, all joking aside. While I didn't eat at any fancy restaurants, I found it to be a bit boring and very salty, just wasn't for me. Best of luck on your trip! --[[User:Tyen|Tyen]] ([[User talk:Tyen|talk]]) 11:57, 13 May 2016 (EDT)
Ok, all joking aside. While I didn't eat at any fancy restaurants, I found it to be a bit boring and very salty, just wasn't for me. Best of luck on your trip! --[[User:Tyen|Tyen]] ([[User talk:Tyen|talk]]) 11:57, 13 May 2016 (EDT)
:'''South Asian''' I've heard that the best South Asian food in the world is in the UK (I have never been)--look for Indian restaurants if you like that type of cuisine. And who doesn't? [[User:Koavf|Koavf]] ([[User talk:Koavf|talk]]) 08:29, 14 May 2016 (EDT)
::Great tip, I'll have to remember this next time I'm on the others side of the pond! --[[User:Tyen|Tyen]] ([[User talk:Tyen|talk]]) 14:32, 16 May 2016 (EDT)
:::Basically English food is all co-opted from their historic colonies. I wouldn't be surprised if Hong Kong food is very popular. --[[User:Ibrshao|Ibrshao]] ([[User talk:Ibrshao|talk]]) 14:34, 16 May 2016 (EDT)
Thanks Koavf! I've heard the same::::Interesting Ibrshao, especially about curry! And while I'm kind of a wimp when it comes to spice, I still suffer through it for good Indian. A friend from Gujurat used ll have to make great dinners. Any experience on the try more "traditional" UK stuff? than just fish and chips and full english breakfast! --[[User:IBJoelTyen|IBJoelTyen]] ([[User talk:IBJoelTyen|talk]]) 1416:4749, 16 18 May 2016 (EDT)
The classic british fish and chips always tends ::Thanks Koavf! I've heard the same, especially about curry! And while I'm kind of a wimp when it comes to be better spice, I still suffer through it for good Indian. A friend from seaside towns, particularly those with an active fishing fleetGujurat used to make great dinners. For the full Any experience ensure you takeaway and eat out of on the paper wrapping. more "traditional" UK stuff? [[User:AlecfIBJoel|AlecfIBJoel]] ([[User talk:AlecfIBJoel|talk]]) 1614:47, 18 16 May 2016 (EDT)
Interesting Ibrshao, I'll have to try more than just :The classic british fish and chips always tends to be better from seaside towns, particularly those with an active fishing fleet. For the full experience ensure you takeaway and full english breakfast! --eat out of the paper wrapping. [[User:TyenAlecf|TyenAlecf]] ([[User talk:TyenAlecf|talk]]) 16:4947, 18 May 2016 (EDT)
::Alecf, in the newspaper, right?! Any word on roasts? I'm American and I know they're popular here, but I'm going to take a stab and say they're a little different on the other side of the pond. [[User:IBJoel|IBJoel]] ([[User talk:IBJoel|talk]]) 16:52, 18 May 2016 (EDT)
::Haha yeah, its not printed newspaper, just the same kind of paper. Roast dinners are difficult because a lot of them are mass produced and bland, not your classic home cooked job. Probably have best luck for a roast at a good independent gastro pub. Too many pubs these days have become chains though. [[User:Alecf|Alecf]] ([[User talk:Alecf|talk]]) 17:19, 18 May 2016 (EDT)
:::The only proper way to do a roast at home is to sous vide and then sear at the end. Once I tried this method, I never went back. --[[User:Tyen|Tyen]] ([[User talk:Tyen|talk]]) 12:53, 19 May 2016 (EDT)
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