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Episode 11

Tess and Ravi discuss something British that people think isn't much good. Adam and Rob read your comments about your jobs.

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Have you ever tried British food? What did you think of it? If you haven’t tried it; what do you think British food is?

What about eating out in your country? What sort of restaurants do you have? What’s your favourite cuisine? Why?


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Intermediate: B1


Hi everyone,
Hi Adam & Rob, a million thanks for highlighting my previous comments, and many thanks especially for your wish on my luck, and I'm over the moon ATM.
In my opinion it was probably a mistake to say that British food is bad, because there are so many kind of food out there & I'm pretty sure that some of them are really delicious indeed.
To be perfectly honest, I love some of the British food. For examples; I love roast lamb with mint sauce, Sunday roast (consisting of roast beef, roast potatoes, vegetables and Yorkshire pudding[Yorkshire pudding I'm prefer not over baked]), Fish and chips (I prefer cod fish than any other fish), Kidney steak pie, Scones, Lemon meringue (my favourite dessert), Cheese cakes, and yes, I don't like any dessert with custard in it.
I don't really know, to be honest, about eating out in my country. Presently I live in HK, and oddly enough I would definitely say that HK is the food paradise in the whole of Asia, you could easily find any kind of restaurant which serve various cuisine from over the world (British cuisine, Spanish cuisine, Japanese cuisine, Mexican cuisine, Thai/Indian/Chinese/Italian/French or even Lebanese cuisine. As fahr as I'm concerned, they've the best bargain on offer and I guarantee you'll love visiting HK if you do.
Personally I love spicy food, especially Indonesian/Thai/Malaysian/Singaporean cuisine, but not so much Indian cuisine though because it is too rich for me.
The best of luck for all member of the Elementary podcast.

Hi,  i lived  in  London  for 4 years, and  i  agree  with  Tess   says.