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The Scotts Bonnet

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Eating Out' started by kirsty_baird_26, 14 October 2011 Social URL.

  1. kirsty_baird_26

    kirsty_baird_26 Gold Member

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    I think I would go for the lentil soup with no bread/butter followed by the grilled salmon salad, no oil and dressing on the side accompanied by a baked potato with no butter.

    Enjoy your meal whatever you decide
     
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    Personally, having made the decision to go, I would enjoy the treat.

    Breaded Haggis Fritters sound a great starter.

    Balmoral Chicken for the main, thus continuing the traditonal Scottish theme.

    Washed down with a fine islay or Jura malt!

    I'd forego the dessert, after all, you're on SW;)
     
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    Haha loving the suggestions thanks!!

    I decided on the lentil soup (No bread) then had a treat and had a southern fried chicken burger only managed to eat half of it *made the bf eat the rest haha* and ate like two chips also only managed half my soup so not too damaging i dont think and i enjoyed it :)
     
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