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PostSubject: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 13:37

Malaysian / Singaporean > Thai > Japanese > Indian

what say you?

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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 14:03

Call me old fashioned, but you can't beat an Indian ruby. Although Thai curries are equally as tasty and I'm also partial to a Malaysian beef rendang. I also think the quality of Indian restaurants in Singapore are far greater than their equivalents in HK. For the record, I've never tried Indian in India as I hear they give you the tom tits.
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 14:48

Indian and Thai for me
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 15:00

Indian, Singaporean and Thai for me too. Had Indian in India, didn't get Delhi Belly but they're quite tasteless and there's no meat - whats the point of that eh?
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 15:02

Had an Indian in India and it was like the ones I have had in the Uk
Had a Thai in Thai land and it was much better than the ones here and in the UK
Never had a Malysian in Malaysia but I have had one in HK and it was alright. Therefore my vote goes like this:

Thai, Indian and then Malaysian.
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 15:04

Daniel wrote:
Had an Indian in India and it was like the ones I have had in the Uk
Had a Thai in Thai land and it was much better than the ones here and in the UK
Never had a Malysian in Malaysia but I have had one in HK and it was alright. Therefore my vote goes like this:

Thai, Indian and then Malaysian.

Are we still talking about curry? Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 15:13

Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 17:46

Thai
Indian

Had a couple of very good Indians (curries that is) in Malaysia - does that count?
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 18:49

Number 10 wrote:
Thai
Indian

Had a couple of very good Indians (curries that is) in Malaysia - does that count?

as a Malaysian, I'm going to say yes.
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 18:55

The curries in TST are good.
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 18:57

The Curry at Tsui Wah restaurant or Macau Restaurant are brilliant.

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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Wed Apr 16 2008, 19:06

1. Indian

2. Thai

3. Japanese

4. Malay/Singaporean

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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Fri May 16 2008, 19:28

thai and indian in that order
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Fri May 16 2008, 19:43

1. Malaysian/Singaporean Indian

2. Thai



Very hard to get a good curry in HK.


Dannyboy - Japanese curry.......... sickly sweet aimho
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Mon May 19 2008, 13:18

1) Indian (not from Chungking mansions)
2) Thai (not one that costs 100 quid and is crap in Esher)
3) Sing/Malay - Which one should I get if I don't want loads of coconut milk?
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Tue May 20 2008, 12:46

Enter The Pitbull wrote:


as a Malaysian, I'm going to say yes.

ETP, I have been trying to send you a PM, but perhaps I'm being a Techno-Retard as I can't seem to make it work!

Can someone either tell me another way of reaching Justin or how to send a PM, they just sit in the outbox and don't seem to go anywhere!
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Tue May 20 2008, 15:45

If it is in the out box it means it is still in the virtual postbox waiting be opened. When the virtual letter is opened by the virtual recipient then it moves to the virtual sent box.

Basically, ETP hasn't checked his mails yet
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PostSubject: Re: Curry   Tue May 20 2008, 16:12

so ETP stands for extremely tardy postee?
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