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AnnCardiff Report 6 Jan 2013 12:20

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D


ChrisofWessex Report 6 Jan 2013 12:29

One of us on here is in cloud cuckoo land and if if had a brain would be dangerous.
And it ain't me.


JoyBoroAngel Report 6 Jan 2013 12:36

my son orders a extra hot phal
i tasted it once a long time ago

i can still taste it when i think about it it was awful :-( :-(

Hayley   Empress of Drama

Hayley Empress of Drama Report 6 Jan 2013 13:05

when I have a curry I want to be able to taste it enjoy the blend of spices and not be sitting on the loo for 2 days after :-D


aivlyS Report 6 Jan 2013 13:12

So why would the chef cook something then tell people not to order it ? load of as usual ..


Merlin Report 6 Jan 2013 13:20

Hayley, you should try an Indonisian Curry, very gentle flavours and enjoyable,and not trots the next day. :-D


JustJohn Report 6 Jan 2013 13:41

When I was in Kerala in Southern India, they had no hot curries. They seemed to use spices very well, and they were all extremely tasty and smelt lovely. But quite mild.

These very hot dishes like Vindaloo, Bombay, Tindaloo, Phal all seem to come from the north of India.

Have only twice in life struggled with very hot things. Once in Harrow with a Phal - but I rather think chef had tipped too many chillies in. And down in Cardiff Bay recently with a Wagamama Firecracker (Japanese cuisine) ;-)