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# 1 : Thursday 13-10-2011 @ 23:12
 
 
What do you look for in Restaurant food,are you conscious of what goes into preparing your meal,what type of food do you avoid as being too unhealthy to shove down your gob,are you a "throw caution to the wind and be damned type",or are you a picky eater? I had a steak bearnise at the weekend and was appalled at what the sauce consisted of,a creut(?) of sickly butter type sauce,horrible.
Kitchens obsession with cooking with tons of butter and fats is such a turn off,is it for you?
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# 2 : Thursday 13-10-2011 @ 23:17
 
 
If i am having a stir fry. I used chicken or beef strips, with peppers, onions, mushrooms simply with chilli, garlic and ginger. Simple but very tastey.

i have to agree butters too much oil or cream base sauces ruin food. I hate when they put too much salt in food as well. Irish chefs are brutal at seasoning too much with salt.
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# 3 : Thursday 13-10-2011 @ 23:23
 
 
Someone said :
What do you look for in Restaurant food

I keep an eye out for flies or pubes. I'm not that keen on either.
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# 4 : Thursday 13-10-2011 @ 23:24
 
 
Yes,but watching cookery shows,how they depend on butter and the amounts they use,is frightening and dangerous and just plain evil,my opinion of some Indian dishes for example,have changed radically,there are so many dishes of different origins that I wouldn't touch now with a cholesteral pole.
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# 5 : Thursday 13-10-2011 @ 23:27
 
 
Someone said :

I keep an eye out for flies or pubes. I'm not that keen on either.

Cheezypuf,there is no room for levity in a death by food issue,stand in the corner and think about what you just said.
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# 6 : Thursday 13-10-2011 @ 23:32
 
 
Someone said :

I keep an eye out for flies or pubes. I'm not that keen on either.

Keeping an eye out only makes it more vulnerable to flies of the non-pantaloon variety
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# 7 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 21:45
 
 
I hate to say that I expect very little of restaurant food anymore. I've had too many sub-standard and overpriced meals to really look forward to a good meal when I go out.
Boring, unimaginative, over salty and still bland are usually what I think of.
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# 8 : Thursday 8-5-2014 @ 14:13
 
 
Going to The Green Hen on Exchequer St. tomorrow evening. Just looked at the menu, looks delish so can't wait!!!
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# 9 : Thursday 15-5-2014 @ 02:48
 
 
I like dishes that I don't or can't make at home. I recently had a lovely starter of pigs cheek on pesto toast and it was divine.
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# 10 : Thursday 15-5-2014 @ 13:24
 
 
The green hen has pigs cheek on the menu...
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# 11 : Thursday 15-5-2014 @ 13:41
 
 
Going to my favourite restaurant tonight for an early bird. The food is so good.

http://www.sagerestaurant.ie/
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