Posted by sean on November 2, 2006 at 11:54 pm in Nandos, Pubs, Video Games with No Comments


This evening Simon and I went to Nandos. I decided to go for a different dish than my regular choice of half chicken with two sides and ordered a double chicken burger and fries. I was not impressed. The bun was very hard, in fact it tasted stale. The meat was not much better and appeared to be very overcooked and dry.

I also made the mistake of asking for Hot Peri Peri sauce. It was indeed hot. Very hot. So hot that I had difficulty eating the meal. As the meat was so tough, it was unable to absorb the hot magma which had been generously splashed all over my dish, therefore making every bite a painful experience on my tongue.

This meant that I had to take regular trips to the Coca Cola machine for drink refills and slowing down the speed of food consumption in the process. After a while I could tell that the waitress was becoming increasingly inpatient at the fiasco and begun hovering around our table like a vulture circulating a dead animal carcass.

We eventually left, displeased. I noticed that there was a lot of new staff that I had not seen before working this evening. I hope that by my next visit they have learnt some cooking skills, manners and patience.

The walk back to my house was hard, mainly due to the extreme, Arctic light climate which has suddenly struck England. You would have thought that with a belly full of red hot sauce, I would not feel the cold – wrong, in fact the contrast in temperatures seemed to make things worse.

When we did eventually make it back to my flat, I stuck on Pro Evolution 6, a game which I bought this week from Play.com. I know I have slagged off Pro Evo in the past, but I thought I would give it a go. I have been finding Fifa 07 far too easy. When you can beat Barcelona 6-0 playing as Leeds on the hardest difficulty setting, you know something is not right.

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