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Dundee Nando For Lunch

While we took pictures of Dundee University, we were on Skype at the same time with my brother! See how great technology is these days!  We chatted and at the same time, showed him the place where we were going... really, it was so interesting....it was like we were strolling along together even though we were thousands of miles apart... :)
 From the Dundee University, we strolled along to town... 
More "happening" there...



Cannot see sunny skies in Scotland much...
as long as it does not rain, it is considered fine weather... though to me, it is always freezing cold!
Come, let's go! 
 Walking towards the city centre..

Steeple Church...
It was noon and soon our stomach started to growl
and we went to this outlet... 
NANDO!!
Something familiar at least...
I mean the food!
Nando with alcohol served....
Before the food.... 
My SIL still on SKYPE! 
Get the sauces ready first...
By then I was really hungry already!
  
We ordered one whole chicken with 4 side orders..
Their chicken is less oily compared to ours here...
However, when it comes to seasoning and taste, 
our Malaysian Nando taste much better..
Maybe we have more "AJI" here? :)
As for price, it cost 19 GBP (RM90)
(Very cheap if we don't convert....)

Comments

  1. Aiyorrrrrr!!!! Go all the way, must eat their food. Things we can't find here. Did you have the UK's national dish - fish & chips - eat with a dash of vinegar, wrapped in newspapers?

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  2. I have to say aiyo too...you can have nando anytime at malaysia. But the chicken looks yummy :)

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  3. Yea, so cheap! (If no convert, haha xD)

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  4. stp: i m quite the opposite.. too much creamy stuff turns my appetite off..


    andrew: hehehee.. like to compare ma..


    hayley: yes..if work there, eat there.. cheap!

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  5. Well, the chicken dish does LOOK very good! I would love to taste it! So glad for NO rain so far!

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  6. If i go holiday, i would loves to try out the other country foods.. keke...

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  7. that church was just so beautiful!
    anyway about the foods i guess asian dishes has more powerful tatse than others

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  8. Beautiful scenery with great buildings. The chicken looks good.

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  9. sharon: that's what they said.. :)


    mecoy: yeah, i agree too...


    irene: all same colour almost..

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  10. see like very cold la over there.

    food good?

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  11. Dundee is actually quite a nice place. Have not been there for a long time. Nandos is not too bad.....all because of the sauce.....hehe.

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  12. Haha craving for familiar food eh? I also do that sometimes! Over here Nando's half chicken around $15. Almost the same over there after convert.

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