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On 18 Jan 2014 at 8:52pm landporter wrote:
Ive enjoyed many a good curry from the afore mentioned takeaway. However, im a big Dhansak fan. Now when i get a dhansak from most Indian takeaways, the food is hot. When i get a dhansak from the Shanaz, it's like a korma. I ask them about this and im told i have to ask for it to be hot....strange as a dhansak is supposed to be hot.
so ive just ordered a dhansak....i asked for it to be "medium" and it's soo bloody hot i can't eat it....and i don't mind a bit of spice. I honestly find this offensive.
as soon as spice merchants start doing deliveries, im there.
What a waste of food as it's going in the bin.
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On 19 Jan 2014 at 11:58am Eh? wrote:
Could always cook it yourself? Most of the dishes are incredibly easy and less fattening! But i agree some takeaways differ in spiciness...
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On 19 Jan 2014 at 12:30pm lewes born and bred wrote:
I too am a fan of the Dhansak and find the "normal" dish from the Shanaz to be devoid of any spice. When i asked, i was told you'll have to ask for it to be hotter and again, ive had food so hot, it was inedible.
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On 19 Jan 2014 at 6:27pm The Twister wrote:
Diddums.......
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On 19 Jan 2014 at 6:33pm lewes born and bred wrote:
Blimey, the nasty keyboard warriors are still up. School tomorrow twister so please do one and f*** off


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