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Topic # 85837 26-Jun-2011 14:41
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Hi, I am just looking for suggestions on a restaurant for a group of 30. My sister is having trouble locating one for that sized group. Open to any type of cuisine.


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  Reply # 486073 26-Jun-2011 14:47
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something like a Chinese or Indian is pretty good for that sort of size group since the meals can easily be made in large baches.

just get one that is a decent size so they have enough seats - maybe Little India in Kingsland.

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  Reply # 486087 26-Jun-2011 15:21
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Burger King.

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  Reply # 486090 26-Jun-2011 15:24
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Hansan Vietnamese Restaurant. P14 on the menu is very nice.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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  Reply # 486091 26-Jun-2011 15:24
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  Reply # 486105 26-Jun-2011 15:52
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freitasm: Degree Bar on Viaduct Harbour... They hosted 60 people for Geekzone pizza twice in the last two years.

And they don't just serve pizza!

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  Reply # 486177 26-Jun-2011 19:39
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Some great suggestions there, thanks I will look them up.

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  Reply # 486184 26-Jun-2011 20:03
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valtam: Burger King.

I was thinking KFC or Wendy's - but nope, Burger King is the better idea.

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