View Poll Results: What are your plans for Saturday evening nose bag?

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  • 3 course meal at the Hand Hotel, it’s tradition

    11 64.71%
  • No thanks, I’m off to the local Indian or Kebab house

    6 35.29%
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Thread: Saturday evening meal

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    Saturday evening meal

    What are your plans for Saturday evening nose bag at this year Llangollen weekend?

    If there's enough interest I'll sort a 3 course meal with the hotel for the Saturday evening.

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    Looks like we have a split decision so far

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    On the upside the meal is a great time to get people together and chat etc.

    On the downside the food is usually fairly ordinary at best, and seems to take forever.

    This year I think I'll be opting for eating elsewhere and then joining in the bar party...

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    Having given it some thought I reckon it's better if you organise an meal for the Saturday night......


    Otherwise it'll be too busy in all the restaurants
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    Think we'll try elsewhere for the evening meal this time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Looks like we have a split decision so far
    I'm sure many of us would be more willing to sign up if:

    1. the food was better vfm
    2. there was another point to the meal: speaker / entertainment / awards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley View Post
    speaker / entertainment / awards
    FFS Mutters, it's not the Brit Awards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    FFS Mutters, it's not the Brit Awards
    We coulsd have had a muddy carpet and some of the lads could be papparzzi

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    book room in hand and ask local indian to deliver

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    Any suggestions as to good places for nosebag that won' take exception to the arrival of the mostly hairless bikers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shugie View Post
    Any suggestions as to good places for nosebag that won' take exception to the arrival of the mostly hairless bikers?
    Corner Spar does a good pot noodle
    Dont knock on my door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shugie View Post
    Any suggestions as to good places for nosebag that won' take exception to the arrival of the mostly hairless bikers?
    Simla Indian Restaurant

    http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/place?...27221168559885


    Got a table booked for 8 on Saturday night already

    Just across the A5 from The Hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOODY View Post
    Corner Spar does a good pot noodle
    No thanks, I like a bit of protein with my monosodium glutamate. Indian sounds like a good plan mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shugie View Post
    No thanks, I like a bit of protein with my monosodium glutamate. Indian sounds like a good plan mind.
    Try insulting the waiters. You might get extra protein FOC.
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