City Bistro at the College

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Baloo, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. Lord Alfred

    Lord Alfred Striker

    Raw meat and beef dripping on toast. My dog would like that. Pretentious shit.
     
  2. duff_man

    duff_man Striker

    I’m not the one who asked and answered my own question in the same post
     
  3. Lusheroony
     
  4. Lord Alfred

    Lord Alfred Striker

    Bacteria laden snobbery.
     
  5. Mackem00

    Mackem00 Striker

    That sounds lush tbf.
     
  6. Cheers, imagine being able to give a informative answer eh dufferbaws?
     
  7. Lord Alfred

    Lord Alfred Striker

    :lol::lol:

    Raw mince....full of bacteria and a side helping of saturated fat.

    Call me a bluff old traditionalist but I’ll have my meat cooked past the point where it’s leeching blood alongside a serving of fresh vegetables.
     
  8. Mackem00

    Mackem00 Striker

    Hark at grandad and his bland old palate there.
     
  9. prehab26

    prehab26 Striker

    Just seen. Advertising for a new head chef
     
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  10. Lord Alfred

    Lord Alfred Striker

    Far from bland mate I just think things like raw mince, pig’s trotters, jus, foams and compote’s....in fact a veritable thesaurus of words used to dress up ingredients and cheap cuts of meat are used to make people think they’re discerning.

    Saying all that I’m off to The Baltic restaurant for a meal next week and I’m fairly sure their menu will be full of the same shite.
     
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  11. EDGE

    EDGE Winger

    Ask for mince and tatties.

    That'll sort them out.
     
  12. Mackem00

    Mackem00 Striker

    Hope you enjoy it mate. Remember, work your way inwards with the cutlery. ;)
     
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  13. martinlumley

    martinlumley Winger

    your'e a bluff old traditionalist.
     
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  14. Lord Alfred

    Lord Alfred Striker

    It’s probably in vogue again....just called something like beef shavings in a rich reduction with creamed and crushed wild potatoes.
     

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