I miss quavers, double deckers and when I couldnt be assed cooking an ASDA Curry
Maltesers!!!!!!!! They are definitely not the same here - might need to call in some favours from the UK actually......!! :)
oh blimey where do i start..........................
*walkers crisps (and i know u can get them here but they are a bit pricey and sometimes out of date!...mind u have found ebay useful for getting these lol)
*monster munch...particularly the beef flavour (trying to persuade hubby to agree so that i can order some off ebay ;))
* nice cadbury choc (me n hubby gave in and paid for some from the shop in hahndorf! ....can't wait for parents to bring some in a couple of weeks)
* chips from chip shop......just don't think that they match up here i'm afraid!
* as someone else said.....doner kebab, mmmmmm!!
* never was a huge indian curry fan but after 8 mths without, i could murder a balti or a rogan josh! lol
* familiar stuff from tesco or asda
...but after all that ....i still wouldn't go back! lol;)
I agree about chips from chip shop in UK, but "jims chip shop" in port noarlunga does the best chips Ive tasted in Adelaide, give em a taste test be warned he gets very busy
Oh yeah,forgot to mention Country Life Butter(heaven)Golden Wonder Crisps,Liver Sausage,Black Pudding,Thornton's Chocky and Liquorice sticks with Sherbet down the middle.HELP!
Originally Posted by sueoc
when I return of course after seeing family and friends I will defo go straight to Tesco and buy our fill of prawn cocktail crisps Jaffa cakes and penguins.
I must admit that I make my own curry and I do nt miss Indian restaunts as I think they have sooooo much oil in them.
Do you know the really cheap Coles cheese sticks 79cents are the same as cheese wotsits.
In Arndale shopping centre Woolworths you can buy real my mate marmite, yum.
and real colmans mustard and mint sauce.
There is a small sweet shop in Semephore that sells all English sweets.
I have to say though that I love it here sooooooo much and dont miss those things that much we have just got used to food here, have you tried Dan Murphys for your type of bitter as they sell most things.
If anyone has seen Jaffa cakes here i would love to know.
Have your tried Candy Magic on Beach Road Chrisites Beach - it full of UK chocolates. You can also get red leceister cheese at one of the cheese stalls in the central markets
We phone our order through regularly
Marzipan when i pass a shop i go get...i dnt go out on purpose to get it juts if i am passing....
Originally Posted by laura girling
hey, yeah they have jaffa cakes in Rito's in colonnades most of the time, but not cheap and usually in Candy Magic in Beach Rd