Dinner 7 - Saturday afternoon, with another well associated TWTD peer - that Vegan burger shack (TFI Vegan?) on Falcon St, where the council have put the market, while they erect that giant brass statue of Chris Mole on the Cornhill.
Anyway, I had some 'Hallaoumi' burger thing, which was well tasty, although one could notice the lack of any real Halloumi. These guys do not fck about with their seasoning, and that's really what makes this a decent meal. They slid me some Popcorn Chickin afterwards - they said I wouldn't be able to tell the difference with real chicken, which obviously wasn't the case - but hells bells, the glaze was fully, fully decent.
In summary, not as good as the Biryani Hut (the yardstick by which all Ipswich foodstalls are measured), but still very good.
Dinner 8- Pronto Pizza, on Fuluxstoo Rd.
As mentioned by man Lucan, the key here is value. An extra large pizza (20 inches) is £10.59, and if you can get anywhere close to eating even half of it, you've got worms.
The pizza itself is not bad - good thin base, fresh ingredients, altho a little bit too oily. The crust dips are underwhelming, so either make your own or throw the crusts in the garden. Would eat again, but only if all the Bella Napoli's were closed.
... it was fun, for the 15 minutes until Norwich equalised.
I can't immediately think of another manager who has come in and been so clearly, obviously, dreadfully out of his depth. Dave Hockaday at Leeds, maybe?
I heard a story today about how Doig accused Bart of stealing his international cap. Bearing in mind how much Bart has spoken about his pride in playing for Poland, one can imagine how that was received.
What next? It's gonna be ugly; the one saving grace is that we still have a chance of staying up. With this squad of dipsh1ts though, who knows?
On Upper Orwell St (Kebab Alley), where Krazy Kitchen used to be (next to Mannas).
Went there for lunch today - it is outstanding.
Ordered a burrito for £7.50; thing turned up and it was the size of a house-brick. A good start.
This was a 'wet' burrito, akin to an enchilada (as opposed to the more common 'traditional' foil-wrapped burrito) - but, frankly, who gives one solitary fck about that when the food tastes as good as this?
Everything is cooked from fresh; the salsa had mango in, and was juicy and spicy. Guacamole done extremely well, with the right ratio of avocado to lime. Loads of rice, loads of black beans, and the beef was tender. Could have done with slightly more sour cream, but my tastes are MILKY.
Demolished in 10 mins, now want another one. 8 hours later.
Independent places down Kebab Alley tend to burn very brightly before closing; Athens Kebab being a case in point. I strongly recommend investigating and eating there, before IBC put the rent up to £4k a month, so they can turn Christchurch Mansion into a bobsleigh run, or something.
In summary - very good indeed. 8.5/ 10. Go and eat there.