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      10.11.2001 00:47

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      Let the wars begin About 2 miles from The Merryhill center in the Westmidlands is a small town called Lye. By day it is a normal busy highstreet with the hustle and bustle of buses going up and down dropping the pensioners off at the market for their little chats at the cafe, large trucks blocking the street dropping off deliveries at the little shops, but by night it is a whole different thing. You would think you were driving towards Las Vegas with all the lights, and if you wound down your window you would think you were just entering India it's self from the aroma. You guessed it, it is wall to wall curry houses. Balti's, tanddori's, posh places, intimate, and the more down to earth ones. We have been in several of them, our favourite being Mr Dave's which has now long gone, you used to have queue alway up the road to get a seat, but they have moved on and been replaced by yet another restraunt. Mr Daves supply's loads of supermarkets and pub's now with their curries, they are gorgeous but the restraunt always made you feel a bit ill. as you were a bit squashed with the amount of people they tried to cram into such a small place. But now we have discovered a new restraunt in the high street, called Curry sauce. It has your normal balti dishes but they have a buffet there which is what 99% of the public go there for. For 4.99 you can eat as much as you like from their absolutley scrumptious dishes. You have your mint sauce dip on arriving with a popadom each, then you have the choice of starters, bajhi's, pakora, samosa or tikka. Then you help yourself to a range of dishes at the front of the restraunt. The chicken Korma is to die for, really creamy, also the chicken tikka masala....ooooh, I can taste it now, there is chicken balti, meat balti, prawn jalfrazi, a potato dish, and many more, with a choice of plain or pila rice. It is a great way of trying out diffe rent dishes that you might not normally try. I usually put a bit of each on my plate then go back for a large helping of my favourite. It is not a lisences restraunt so you take your own, at least then you know exactly how much your bill will at the end too. But you are spoilt for choice in Lye highstreet when it come to curry dishes. there are also your fair share of chippies, kebab houses and the odd chinese.

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      10.11.2001 00:44
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      About 2 miles from The Merryhill center in the Westmidlands is a small town called Lye. By day it is a normal busy highstreet with the hustle and bustle of buses going up and down dropping the pensioners off at the market for their little chats at the cafe, large trucks blocking the street dropping off deliveries at the little shops, but by night it is a whole different thing. You would think you were driving towards Las Vegas with all the lights, and if you wound down your window you would think you were just entering India it's self from the aroma. You guessed it, it is wall to wall curry houses. Balti's, tanddori's, posh places, intimate, and the more down to earth ones. We have been in several of them, our favourite being Mr Dave's which has now long gone, you used to have queue alway up the road to get a seat, but they have moved on and been replaced by yet another restraunt. Mr Daves supply's loads of supermarkets and pub's now with their curries, they are gorgeous but the restraunt always made you feel a bit ill. as you were a bit squashed with the amount of people they tried to cram into such a small place. But now we have discovered a new restraunt in the high street, called Curry sauce. It has your normal balti dishes but they have a buffet there which is what 99% of the public go there for. For 4.99 you can eat as much as you like from their absolutley scrumptious dishes. You have your mint sauce dip on arriving with a popadom each, then you have the choice of starters, bajhi's, pakora, samosa or tikka. Then you help yourself to a range of dishes at the front of the restraunt. The chicken Korma is to die for, really creamy, also the chicken tikka masala....ooooh, I can taste it now, there is chicken balti, meat balti, prawn jalfrazi, a potato dish, and many more, with a choice of plain or pila rice. It is a great way of trying out different dishes that you might not normally try. I usually put a bit of each on my plate then go back for a large helping of my favourite. It is not a lisences restraunt so you take your own, at least then you know exactly how much your bill will at the end too. But you are spoilt for choice in Lye highstreet when it come to curry dishes. there are also your fair share of chippies, kebab houses and the odd chinese.

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