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Old 7th December 2011, 04:18 PM
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the little plastic hooks (usually green) you can use to hang baubles on a christmas tree. Carrefour/spinneys/ace don't know what they are. Far less tedious than tying them on with string.

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the little plastic hooks (usually green) you can use to hang baubles on a christmas tree. Carrefour/spinneys/ace don't know what they are. Far less tedious than tying them on with string.
The one and park and shop had little green hooks last year.

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The one and park and shop had little green hooks last year.
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Sliced Bread!!!!
Have searched Waitrose, Carrefour, Lulu's, Geant, Spinney's, Le Marche... but the bread for toasting is ****e.... I am an Aussie but lived in London for 9yrs & am missing good quality thick sliced toast!!! Ideally wholemeal or grain...

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Sliced Bread!!!!
Have searched Waitrose, Carrefour, Lulu's, Geant, Spinney's, Le Marche... but the bread for toasting is ****e.... I am an Aussie but lived in London for 9yrs & am missing good quality thick sliced toast!!! Ideally wholemeal or grain...
Seriously? Park and Shop and Carrefour will slice your bread for toasting (ie, thicker). Highly recommend Choitrams Bi-Wikinger if you like seedy bread.

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Seriously? Park and Shop and Carrefour will slice your bread for toasting (ie, thicker). Highly recommend Choitrams Bi-Wikinger if you like seedy bread.
Geant have got it. you need to ask them to slice it for you.

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In all seriousness, a nice Cypriot kebab!
Ayeee what have you done!? I'm on the next flight out there - one anamikto with everything please?

There's a Greek (not Cypriot) souvlaki place on the Beach Road a little further down (towards Madinat) and on the other side of the road from Mercato. Was great when they opened but the quality's gone south since. Otherwise, there's always Elia at the Majestic in Bur Dubai - they do excellent pork souvlaki with horiatiki pita. I know, not Cypriot, but close?

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Have you seen Yogi tea anywhere? Especially the black chai - just wondering if I need to ship a year's supply

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Peking duck .... I'm looking for the shredded version and not the sliced duck they tend to serve in most restaurants here.

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Trader Vics at the Madinat is the place to go for that. They bring out the whole duck and shred it at your table.

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