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Anatolian Palace - Turkish restaurant.

Discussion in 'Pubs and Eating Out' started by Lucy, Jan 26, 2020.

  1. Tilly

    Tilly Well-Known Forumite

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    Apparently a large party from France were in

    Eating food and drinking wine


    Whatever next
    :roll:
     
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    Well it was Reynolds Bar on a Saturday night, what do you expect?......oh hang on that was 25 years ago :)
     
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  3. Noah

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    In a restaurant! Indeed, whatever next
     
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  4. Tilly

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    Grilled sea bass and Turkish delight with an ornate silver mug of coffee?

    With your reputation?
     
  5. Noah

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    More like Imam Bayildi than sea bass in my case.
     
  6. Gramaisc

    Gramaisc Forum O. G.

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    Crossing of 't's is no more or less important in Turkish than in English, but the dotting of 'i's is rather more complicated.

    İmam Bayıldı.
     
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  7. Trumpet

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    Bloody cheese eating surrender monkeys coming over here filling up our Turkish restaurants.
    Baaaastards.
     
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  8. Tilly

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    Minkey, Shirley?
     
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    Good point Clousseau.
    Woll spitted.
     
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    Lots in there tonight. I had probably the best lamb shish I've ever eaten.
     

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