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15/05/2013 at 14:19
im up on friday, soooo excited about some pakora on friday night. now! haggis pakora yay or nay??? will obv get chicken and i usually get mushroom too but not sure whether to sacrafice the mushroom for the haggis????
also a bit gutted that eurovision is on on the saturday and we ar missing it (yes i realise i am a gay man trapped inside a mother of 2s body!)
o and wwyd, we are off out for the after noon on the friday, whats the transport museam like now (will isaac be ok there) or would the park/soft play be better
15/05/2013 at 14:34
I dislike haggis, so it would be a no from me, but I dislike mushrooms as well
Have heard that the transport museum is good, science centre is supposed to be fab as well
15/05/2013 at 14:43
Last time we went to transport museum R was probably around I's age, maybe a bit older but still in pram, it was fine for getting around with pram etc. science centre is good, if you decide on soft play there is a fairly new one called Wonder World which is really good, it's in Kinning Park.
I don't like mushrooms so chicken, haggis or veggie pakora for me!
ETA - although transport museum is free whereas you have to pay for science centre.
15/05/2013 at 14:58
I don't like haggis or mushrooms either so def chicken or vegetable pakora for me! My friend was at the transport museum a few weeks ago with her little boy, he's 5 if that helps?
15/05/2013 at 15:29
Transport museum is good and right next to tall ship as well. Loads of outdoor seating if you want to take your picnic basket
Science centre is great but expensive you'd want a full day there x
15/05/2013 at 15:30
Oh and ive never had haggis pakora b,it will look out for it now!
15/05/2013 at 15:46
Haggis pakora all the way no question.
And yes definitely go to the transport museum and then out the back and onto the tall ship which has just recently become free to visit too! Both have cafes for the obligatory 'biccie' afterwards.
15/05/2013 at 15:51
Pakora, as in the indian delicacy?
15/05/2013 at 15:53
15/05/2013 at 16:03
Fooking lush! I love a bit of haggis so would definitely have those ones. CP do you not get regular pakora in Manchester?
15/05/2013 at 16:22
Belle it's not the same AT ALL. Although I only ever have vegetable pakora.
My food of choice when I go up is a black pudding supper, steak pie and plain bread!
15/05/2013 at 16:25
What's different then?
15/05/2013 at 18:08
OMG a black pudding supper!
my h was laughing saying that manchester has the curry mile yet glasgow has THE best pakora in the worle (better than india )
well in glasgow you get a HUGE brown bag crammed with chunky pakora in a propper batter with onions and lemon and a pakora sauce in a tub, in mancehster you get 6 flimsy bits in a horrible sof tbatter, no sauce!
i love a battered sausage supper!
15/05/2013 at 18:10
i think that the tall ship and transport museam is going to be the plan....my idea of absolute hell but at least L will enjoy it. i remember when i was wee being dragged to see the tall ships and was soooo bored, i hope theres a nice coffee shop i can sit in
15/05/2013 at 19:39
Its true, the pakora is tremaze!
I miss mancs curry mile as well! I went to uni there and would sample the delights of rusholme after many a night out.
I love food!
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