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Zardnaar

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Caramelized Onion and Sour cream.

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These ones were pretty damn good.
 


Zardnaar

Legend
Two birthdays and an anniversary this week.

Went to local Syrian place with family from Damascus.

Starter.

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Arayes meat and cheese with some sort of salad and cucumber yoghurt. Think it was lamb mince in the bread.

Main meal was Kabsa chicken. BBQ type spiced chicken on a spiced rice base.

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Shaved nuts on top with raisins in the rice.

Pretty damned good.
 
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Dannyalcatraz

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As I understand it Americans don't generally put egg in burgers.

The Steak and Egg burger via a different local fish and chip shop.

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It’s a rare, but it’s becoming more common. There’s a korean-Californian fusion burger joint near me that has this as an option. I bet a few if the newer places that opened nearby over the past year also offer them.

I haven’t tried it myself, but my cousin T. Jr. loves it.
 

Zardnaar

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It’s a rare, but it’s becoming more common. There’s a korean-Californian fusion burger joint near me that has this as an option. I bet a few if the newer places that opened nearby over the past year also offer them.

I haven’t tried it myself, but my cousin T. Jr. loves it.

It's goes well with bacon and/or pineapple

Bacon and egg pies here also a thing so going into a burger or english muffin isn't a huge leap.

Didn't know what a cheeseburger was as a kid as it was default in everything although a plain burger was an option.

Mcdonald's or KFC unless you were on a road trip. McDonalds was hugely disappointing first time. So tiny.
 


Zardnaar

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Between birthdays, anniversary's etc we haven't cooked for 4 nights and we're dining out for breakfast as well.

Tikka masala curry with onion baiji and tamarind sauce.

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Dannyalcatraz

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I’ve tried them a few times, but raw oysters are something that never appealed to me.

My grandfather and his best friend, OTOH, got kicked out of an all you can eat buffet that included them among the selection. Apparently, after 4-5 dozen APIECE, their meals were comped and they were asked to leave...and not return.
 

Zardnaar

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I’ve tried them a few times, but raw oysters are something that never appealed to me.

My grandfather and his best friend, OTOH, got kicked out of an all you can eat buffet that included them among the selection. Apparently, after 4-5 dozen APIECE, their meals were comped and they were asked to leave...and not return.

Think we only have one all you can eat here that I know of. It's not that nice and not that cheap.

They don't really put much in the way of delicacies to binge on either.
 


Dannyalcatraz

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I’d be looking hard at the Laban, Falafel or Alsultan salad for starters and one of the grilled lamb dishes for my entree. (I haven’t had lamb in a while. 😉)
 

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