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Irishrover - Sorry I am at work (killing time again!) I will check when I get home & post it.
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Originally posted by big baggles big baggles wrote:

 

 my wife decided to go and try the thai green curry from there.... man alive you need to be game to tackle that one....make a harry mirchi from tabla like having an ice pop !

 

 its not for the faint hearted, its also not like any thai food i have ever had !



It is a bit on the warm side! Very different from any Thai Green Curry I've had anywhere else.
I used to be with it. But then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and what's it seems scary and weird.
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  That, Thai green curry gave me severe stomach upset on a date, be warned!!
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Well the Chung Ying has survived many other restaurants coming and going
in Chalfont for pver 30 years so they must be doing something right. Here's
a triv. What used to be there before the Chung Ying?
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Originally posted by russ66 russ66 wrote:

Well the Chung Ying has survived many other restaurants coming and going in Chalfont for pver 30 years so they must be doing something right.

I think it's the Tripti syndrome. If there was a half decent Chinese in the area, people would still go to what they know. 

128 has been the best Chinese had around here.

 

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No slander please, Mr Yings is a fine place to dine.
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Technically it would be libel as it is written, although whatever has been said is personal opinion, with no malice aforethought.

 

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Has to be wrong too.

There are better Chinese restaurants.

 

 



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Originally posted by DanW DanW wrote:

Originally posted by big baggles big baggles wrote:

 

 my wife decided to go and try the thai green curry from there.... man alive you need to be game to tackle that one....make a harry mirchi from tabla like having an ice pop !

 

 its not for the faint hearted, its also not like any thai food i have ever had !



It is a bit on the warm side! Very different from any Thai Green Curry I've had anywhere else.

 

you just had to try it then !..... its warm with no real flavour though...

need a stella and i need one now !
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