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Crispy duck & pancakes?

Old Jan 24th 2010, 8:34 am
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Hi, can anybody help please, OH is missing crispy duck and pancakes but I have been unable to find any so far in Tauranga. Does anybody have any suggestions where I might get some?

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Old Jan 24th 2010, 4:37 pm
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Try Fooferfish
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Old Jan 24th 2010, 7:50 pm
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Default Re: Crispy duck & pancakes?

Oi leave my babies alone, there all mine droul mmmmm

Hey sorry for not knowing where to get Crispy duck from inyour area, but the way the Asians ( chinkies) do thier meals over here are totaly different than UK, i was hanging out for a chicken chow mein with sweet ans sour sauce a few years ago, so mate Kiwi said go to this place, so i ordered about $50 worth of food, got it home and opened it up and there were more bloody vegetables than you could shake a stick at arrrghhh and i am not a vegie man yum, so it all went in the bin, so one thing we have learnt in NZ is that if you dont like something thats on a menu, most if not all resteraunts will change it to suit, so i went into an Asian restrant and asked them if they can do plain noodles with chicken, and they also did sweet and sour chicken balls, yeh i know, not that authentic, but i like them, and they did , mmmm phone around and ask, sometimes they will do the combination you want.
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Old Jan 25th 2010, 8:35 pm
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Default Re: Crispy duck & pancakes?

They call it Peking Duck, and it's on the menu (with pancakes!) at http://www.harboursidetauranga.co.nz...ID=10588_.html . Personally I miss crispy chilli beef.
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