Our teenage son would concur. It's his go-to choice every time.
Can't say fairer than that!Small grandson sits and hums to himself when we eat in Wagamama and he hasn't even got to Middle school yet.
I like the vegetarian equivalent - I think they use aubergine. It's lovely. You've made me hungry!
???? oh myhad to google wagamama + mmmm sounds greatdid get the school curry reference having done an exchange while in art school at Chelsea in Londonschool caf served lots of vegetarian curries... in fact curries everywhere in Londona very good thing, I thinkemail to come avec les gory details xo sam sick (mildly) sore throat & sniffles poor me ;-) kisses to the Team, Susan
I hated school dinners - except for the custard ...... if I could just have had a bowl of custard every day I would have been happy. Instead, I spent my six years of secondary school taking sandwiches!We are slowly thawing - might cross-border travel be possible soon?
I love to see our differences, especially with food. I could see a huge outcry here in the States if our school cafeterias served curry - "Why are they serving that 'foreign' stuff?". It is a rare item to be found here in Greensboro; you are more likely to find very bad Chinese or Mexican and that's about it.
Curry for school dinner?! Far too exotic for our middle school, where spam fritters were the most memorable dish - although they oozed fat, they did taste rather good!
Looks delicious..While traveling in Thailand earlier this year, I tasted many delicious meals filled with curry. Yum, yum..
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