There is nothing better than this
Battered sausage chips curry sauce
Prove me wrong
>Pro Tip You Cant
No, they do. They're just few and far apart. There aren't any Mexicans over there so no one knows what the fuck they're doing and everything tastes awful.
Also, they have this.
I'm sure there are plenty of Mexicans and Mexican restaurants in London and maybe Manchester, but once you leave them you aren't gonna find shit man. In the four years I lived in my little countryside village the only non-white person I ever saw was a black lady.
Potato, cheese, and gravy is the fucking best. It's great with curry sauce instead of gravy as well though.
Bullshit ,,, ,Scotland is far less diverse than England and it's my duty to tell the world what a close-minded bunch of lefty poor people they really are!
Most Brits will have no problems eating Mexican food, most of us cook a chili pretty regularly anyway but outside of a few towns and cities, you won't find anything. No reason why . .. it just is!
As regards OPs meal .. . . yeah, bring it on.
My chippy doesn't have those trays though, it just uses paper and the curry sauces comes in a polystyrene cup.
Curds used to be eaten by poor people in the Middle Ages, it's just a 'half-made' cheese . . .yeah Mozzarella would be a good substitute.
I don't think Scotland has EVER qualified for the world cup, so don't try to fool me!
There may be Mexican restaurants in Scotland but don't try and pretend they are more popular than in England, they are very few and far between.
A good portion of those are in London and Manchester, and some of them aren't even Mexican (see: Bhangra Burger) or have shut down (see: Texas Embassy Cantina). I'd take that list with a grain of salt. Not surprised the Texas Embassy place shut down though, that place was fucking awful.
But like I said, once you leave London you don't really see many of them around. I had no idea there were so many Mexican places in Bristol though.
>1986 world cup
30 years ago . .. . Brilliant.
The fact remains there aren't very many around, Brits (Scots and English) like spicy food but Mexican doesn't seem to have taken off as well as Indian, Chinese, Kebabs or good old Fish n Chips!
Nothing Wrong with Mexican stuff, but it just hasn't taken off here, maybe there is a gap in the market or maybe it's being marketed wrong?. The USA seems to have a Taco Bell in a lot of places but why not Britain? . ... I'm at a loss here.
You plebs don't know a thing about good fish and chips. Lemon and salt, maybe some tartare sauce.
Trust the english to ruin a simple meal with fucking curry sauce. Disgusting.
Taco Bell in Manchester?
Did you try it? . . . .I know the Americans moan that it's crap food but is it a nice cheap filler?
I live in a small town but the surrounding towns combined has everything, BK, McD, KFC, Subway, etc. and as you know Chinese, Indians, Kebabs, Chippies, etc don't do chains!
perhaps I should try and find one near me and try it out?
I'm sure one will pop up closer to you at some point down the road. Last time I checked their site they only had three or four locations, so they must be doing well enough if they're opening up more across the country. It's nothing to get excited over but it is fun trying out something you've never had before when it's cheap isn't it?