On 18 Oct 2004 at 9:18pm beebababadaboo wrote:
My vote goes to the Charcoal Grill.
Sumptuous food, in the very heart of this mini metropolis, ***** (five stars)
Where is your favourite place to dine while in or around Lewes?
On 18 Oct 2004 at 9:22pm debadabadaba wrote:
hm well personally i spent many happy days at the charcy on the way back from priory, over a period of fice years it was an almost daily stop on the way home. i cant help but feel its gone downhil though since it got redecorated. And of course 'dave' moved on to unknown pastures new. it now seems more like a crappy chain fast food place, than a crappy local kebab place, which is a sad loss indeed. as i felt a very strong connection that it was MY local crappy kebab place.
On 18 Oct 2004 at 9:23pm debadabadaba wrote:
of course i meant five years. and not fice, as that would just be silly.
On 18 Oct 2004 at 9:25pm beebababadaboo wrote:
Although you cannot rival the smile you get upon being served your donner and chips..
The service is possibly the best kebab shop service in Lewes.
On 18 Oct 2004 at 9:43pm debada etc etc wrote:
to be fair there are only really two kebab shops.
On 18 Oct 2004 at 10:08pm doo-bee doo-bee doo wrote:
Nuffin is better than a large portion of cod and chips (unwrapped) from the South Street Fish and Chip shop.
Kebabs? Kebabs ? ??
Too much of this foreign muck is bad for the Enguuurlish constitution.
Ban it, that's what I say.
And ban it now before it's too late.
And while yer at it ban those bloody chairs that litter the road at the bottom of Cliffe Bridge.
On 18 Oct 2004 at 10:58pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
The Long Room (but only when I'm not hungry or have just eaten)
On 19 Oct 2004 at 4:18pm Raziel wrote:
Joking aside for a minute the Brewers Arms has always been a great pub for a meal.
Although since a lot of the "family" members seems to have stopped serving it's not as friendly in there as it used to be. You're treated more like a regular punter than a long term customer.
Move on to pastures new at the Black Horse myself drinks wise.
On 19 Oct 2004 at 7:27pm sleeping lion wrote:
South street chippy for me,although the best people that had it are probaly pushing up daisies now.
When I was a youngster you could get 2 large cod and a good portion of chips for " half a crown" thats 12.5p in new money,ahh the good old days.
Even used to get four pints for a quid from Jack Lamper in the Prince of Wales.
On 19 Oct 2004 at 7:38pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
You'll be going on about the trams next, Lion.
On 20 Oct 2004 at 6:06pm sleeping lion wrote:
Funny you should say that,no prehaps not LOL
On 2 Nov 2004 at 12:16pm chris wrote:
i think you're all wrong. The old needlemakers is by far the best due to the mature atmosphere and rustic feel. Very good food and excellent service
On 2 Nov 2004 at 5:00pm Ron Coleman wrote:
None of you have ever been to Eddies Cafe. Great food, great value. Get yourselves up there!
On 6 Nov 2004 at 7:49pm B. keeper wrote:
Ron, you have to be joking.
On 8 Nov 2004 at 5:19pm Michael Winner wrote:
ASK because you know the food will be consistent - the sauce is the same for every pasta dish as it comes from London in the same tanker.
On 8 Nov 2004 at 7:39pm Hank Marvin wrote:
My mum's is by far the best. A shepherds pie to die for
On 10 Nov 2004 at 7:00pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
Can I come around then?
On 10 Nov 2004 at 7:46pm Hank Marvin wrote:
Only if you have nice melons :-/
On 10 Nov 2004 at 8:38pm northern bigot wrote:
I had a ploughmans lunch----He wasnt very happy!
On 10 Nov 2004 at 9:03pm Hank Marvin wrote:
I had a heather leg but I got splinters
On 10 Nov 2004 at 9:23pm northern bigot wrote:
Touchwood said heather,nobody buys me "tap dancing for beginners " for my birthday.
On 10 Nov 2004 at 9:56pm Jack Mejobbin wrote:
I had a badly packed kebab once. Havent seen her since.