Pizza Express or a 'Chinese'?

  rdave13 22:41 13 Jul 14
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Hard to know what these 'quick' foods outlets should be called now.

Guardian article.

  BillSers 08:33 14 Jul 14

The Chinese are buying up large chunks of the UK. Time to learn Mandarin?

  john bunyan 08:49 14 Jul 14

Just heard the Chinese have 7000 miles of High Speed rail - going to 15000 soon and interested in our puny efforts on HS2. We introduced rail there 150 years ago....

  Mr Mistoffelees 10:21 14 Jul 14

Pizza Expless?

  spuds 11:03 14 Jul 14

Not sure which 'pizza' establishment was involved in a media report the other day, but one of the assistant's was caught buying spicy wedges from Aldi at 59p a pack, because apparently the pizza concern had run out of stock?.

At least when we purchase a pizza and wedges direct from Aldi, we know what we pay and where the items come from!.

  N47. 14:53 14 Jul 14

Now there is an expert who can relate to spicy wedges.Spuds.

back to the question.

Hard to know what these 'quick' foods outlets should be called now.

Rubbish?

  bumpkin 16:36 14 Jul 14

Mr M, Nice one. Try this,*The Chinese are buying up large chinks of the UK *

  rickf 12:54 15 Jul 14
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At least they are buying and not simply colonising as we used to.

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