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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Check it out next time your 'home', mate. 69 Bold St. The food's awesome, but so is the whole vibe, really relaxed and chilled out. Just an all-round nice place

    We love Liverpool

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    Good stuff, mate. You should try and get up more often. We also popped into one of our favourite pubs there, The Globe:

    https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attrac...e_England.html

    http://theglobe.pub/

    What a proper pub should look like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Good choice! I had Goan fish curry and the chicken wings, plus shared some veggie stuff and breads with Del... Some pics:





    Drinks in the bar first while waiting for our table. Cobra beer for me and a gin, pomegranate and Prosecco cocktail for Del:



    Some Lassis to drink with the meal:





    The food was superb. Highly recommended for anyone going to Liverpool!

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    Looks really good Marco
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Check it out next time your 'home', mate. 69 Bold St. The food's awesome, but so is the whole vibe, really relaxed and chilled out. Just an all-round nice place

    We love Liverpool

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    Ya greedy bugger! Just how many of you were at this meal? No wonder your toilet's in trouble

    Looks good mind, I could have managed some of that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Good stuff, mate. You should try and get up more often. We also popped into one of our favourite pubs there, The Globe:

    https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attrac...e_England.html

    http://theglobe.pub/

    What a proper pub should look like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Sir , Why has the chicken got a red ring pull on it
    Ha - good one, it's a slice of red chilli!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Ya greedy bugger! Just how many of you were at this meal? No wonder your toilet's in trouble

    Looks good mind, I could have managed some of that...
    Yeah, we wanted to explore the menu and try a selection of things, given that what we didn't eat could be taken home in a 'doggy bag' and enjoyed later. Plus the angle of the camera makes the tiffin boxes (food containers) look much bigger than they were

    Fabulous (genuinely Indian) food though, and *so* different from the standard (rather unadventurous/uninspiring) 'made for the British palate' cack you normally find in 'Indian' restaurants.

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    Btw, for anyone interested, Del's unusual looking starter was the 'Yoghurt Chat Bombs... Crisp bread puffs filled with chickpeas, spiced yoghurt, tamarind & coriander', and which were really fab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Btw, for anyone interested, Del's unusual looking starter was the 'Yoghurt Chat Bombs... Crisp bread puffs filled with chickpeas, spiced yoghurt, tamarind & coriander', and which were really fab!

    Marco.
    Haha, when I read earlier in the thread that you’d gone to Mowgli’s I was just about to recommend the Yoghurt Chat Bomb when I saw this! . Went there a while back on a reunion with my old school friends and had a great time. Brilliant place. Another recommendation is Tiger Rock (another brilliant street food place). There are a couple, we went to the one opposite the Beatles hotel on North John St.


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