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I went to the beach with my friend, and ate at a place around there.
The shop looked like a Chinese restaurant,
but it was actually a multinational restaurant.
I can't remember what it was called, but I had some kind of chicken noodle soup.

However, the soup was made with a lot of curry and vinegar.
I couldn't taste the food very well because vinegar was strong.
The noodles were too soften since it probably due to being seemed to have overcooked.
I couldn't believe this meal cost $10.
One of my policies is to never leave any food on my plate although I have my limits.
The soup wasn't worth $10, but it was still within my permissible range.

Don't Aussies have their own food
I don't think that fish, chips and Australian beef counts as their own unique cuisine.
What exactly is Australian food?
If I pay a lot of money, I might be able to get some.
My eating habits are horrible...
I really miss delicious Japanese food haha

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. fray (on TV)
= get irritated or annoyed
2. smashing (on TV)
= very good o enjoyable
3. squab (on TV)
= a young unfledged pigeon

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