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Al-Amin Tandoori, 01372 742278, 4 Pound Lane, Epsom KT19 8RY


American Rice, 01372 724677, 7 West Street, Epsom KT18 7RL


Anatolia, 01372 722422, 51 Upper High Street, Epsom KT17 4RA

Bayleaves, 364 Kingston Road, Ewell KT19 0DT


Botan kebabs, kebab, 01372 749561, 32a Waterloo Road, Epsom KT19 8EX


China Kitchen, 020 83932061, 399 Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0BT


Chutney, 020 87868781, 61 Poole Road, Epsom KT19 9SQ


Curry Master, 020 87868331, 403 Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0BT


Dinner Box, 01372 740666, 25 Pound Lane, Epsom KT19 8RY


Domino’s Pizza, 01372 727273, 7 Upper High Street, Epsom KT17 4QY


Ewell Kitchen, 020 83978338, 476 Chessington Road, Epsom KT19 9ES


Fortune House, 020 83940635, 218a Chessington Road, Ewell, Epsom KT19 9XA


Golden Bull Grill, 020 83935199, 195a Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0AB


Good & Plenty, 020 87867464, 38 High Street, Ewell, Epsom KT17 1RW


Go Sing, 020 83930888, 86 Chessington Road, Epsom KT19 9UR


Gourmet Oriental, 01372 739999, 111 Hollymoor Lane, Epsom KT19 9JZ


Hing Yip, 01372 723792, 14 East Street, Epsom KT17 1HH


Hippo Pizza, 01372 748000, 53 Upper High Street, Epsom KT17 4RA

La Luna, 37 Staneliegh, Broadway, Kingston kt17 2gi


Mei House, 01372 727673, 33 Upper High Street, Epsom KT17 4QY


Mithali, 020 83932244, 182 Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0SF


Pangs Takeaway, 01372 729237, 33 Upper High Street, Epsom KT17 4QY


Papa Onassis, 01372 724059, 7 West Street, Epsom KT18 7RL

Pizza Go Go, 184 Kingston Road, Ewell KT19 0SF

Rice & Spice, 7B Manor Green Road, Epsom KT19 8RA


Sams, 01372 739677, 78 East Street, Epsom KT17 1HF

Sri Krishna Inn, 332 Kingston Road, Surrey KT19 0DT

Stoneleigh Brasserie, 17/19 The broadway, Stoneleigh, Epsom KT17 2JA


Sunhing Chinese Take Away, 020 83938478, 213 Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0AB


Surrey Palace, 020 83936733, 207 Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0AB

Thailand, 207 Kingston Road, Epsom KT19 0AB


Yin’s, 01372 721386, 123 East Street, Epsom KT17 1EJ


A meat chop is a cut of meat cut perpendicularly to the spine, and usually containing a rib or riblet part of a vertebra and served as an individual portion.

The most common kinds of meat chops are pork and lamb. A thin boneless chop, or one with only the rib bone, may be called a cutlet, though the difference is not always clear. The term "chop" is not usually used for beef, but a T-bone steak is essentially a loin chop, and a rib steak a rib chop..

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Popcorn, also known as popping corn, is a type of corn (maize, Zea mays var. everta) that expands from the kernel and puffs up when heated. Popcorn is able to pop because, like amaranth grain, sorghum, quinoa, and millet, its kernels have a hard moisture-sealed hull and a dense starchy interior. When heated, pressure builds within the kernel, and a small explosion (or "pop") is the end result. Some strains of corn are now cultivated specifically as popping corns.

There are various techniques for popping corn. Along with prepackaged popcorn, which is generally intended to be prepared in a microwave oven, there are small home appliances for popping corn. These methods require the use of minimally processed popping corn..


Kebab is a wide variety of meat dishes originating in Persia, and a common takeaway food. In English, kebab with no qualification generally refers more specifically to shish kebab served on the skewer or döner kebab served wrapped in bread with a salad and a dressing.

In Persia, however, kebab includes grilled, roasted, and stewed dishes of large or small cuts of meat, or even ground meat; it may be served on plates, in sandwiches, or in bowls. The traditional meat for kebab is lamb. Like other ethnic foods brought by travellers, the kebab has become part of everyday cuisine in UK takeaways.


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Chicken Korma is a dish that comes from Mughlai cuisine where it was cooked for the wealthy and has a prestigious status associated with the royal courts.

There is so much about this dish that I could tell you, but the main thing is that if you don't like the heavy, sweet, creamy korma curries served in restaurants then please, please, please try this. It is simply amazing. It's light, it's fresh and has a subtle sweetness which comes from the cassia bark rather than spoonfuls of processed sugar. 

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