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Saturday, 17 March 2007

Undercover sauce: Down at the Niki Noodle



We've just returned from a very satisfying dinner at the Niki Noodle.

We had a lovely chicken and rice dish thing, with some kind of spicy curry sauce stuff. And a chicken miso soup thig, with noodles and ginger and beansprouts. And some pork belly with chilli sauce.

And we took our little box of Reggae Reggae Sauce, with which we augmented the dish when the (very nice and friendly) waitress wasn't looking.

See? Conclusive proof that every night can be a Reggae Reggae night. Even when you're in an unfamiliar environment.

Who thought Reggae would be so well received in the Far East*?

*South West London, actually.

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