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Where to go for japanese food in Wiltshire??

porkorosso Mar 4, 2007 11:28 AM

This is my first post! I am living here in wiltshire at the moment, since travelling from perth, Aus 6 months ago and so far haven't seen any decent looking places for japanese food. Also what about southern indian cuisine- I did find one place in bristol and I was impressed until an hour later I experienced my first ever case of explosive diorrea, so I won't be returning there.
Lastly for now, is there somewhere that might sell bubble tea?? I have had cravings for these amongst others since I've been here.

  1. porkorosso Mar 14, 2007 12:36 PM

    Cool,I just had a look at the web site. I'll definitely be trying them. There are 2 japanese restaurants there, one of them also has european cuisine, not the Mt. Fuji. Thanks heaps for that.

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      Ian Mar 11, 2007 01:30 PM

      For Japanese food in Wiltshire try Mount Fuji at Stanton House Hotel, Swindon (08700 841 388). They're on the web if you want to do a search. The hotel - and the restaurant - is owned by Honda, who ought to know good Japanese food when they see it. Make sure you call to book beforehand - sometimes the restaurant is closed for special functions.

      1. porkorosso Mar 11, 2007 10:19 AM

        Hmm, thanks anyway. I didn't think I was going to have much luck. I have only been to London once for a few hours so I have a lot of exploring to do. I have been looking at ordering a bubble tea starter kit straight from asia, it looks like fun. I think it would be popluar in the UK especially in summer time. Ugh,I have gorged on liquorice allsorts today. Have to rest stomach.

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          Suzi Edwards Mar 10, 2007 02:57 PM

          Welcome to the UK! I hate to say this, but asking for decent Japanese food in Wiltshire is a bit like asking for great Sushi in Alice Springs.

          I have a vague recollection of seeing bubble tea in Tooting. Might be a worth a google...I found a couple of places in London that way Oriental City in the Edgeware Road and Feng Shui Inn in Soho. My sense is that bubble tea hasn't taken off here yet.

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