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Dennis Mubaiwa
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I sell devices by the day and I'm a webmaster by night!
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Ottershaw, Chertsey
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I enjoy lifting heavy things over and over again.
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Hey.. what's up?

I'm Dennis and I run Afromuscle.com. We're a friendly bunch of warriors dedicated to fitness and bodybuilding. Drop by.. learn a thing or two.. teach us a thing or two.. share your thoughts and enjoy the atmosphere!

Of course, not everyone looking for me is interested in reading my ramblings about the highs and lows of weight training. Long lost relatives, friends and stalkers may have found this page too. If you fall under this category, hit me up via email/twitter and I'll get back to you when I can!
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I drive a 1996 Bentley Ford Mondeo and I sell mobile phones by the day and run a fitness website (and a few others) by night. I'm generally friendly in a sarcastic, serious but not serious kinda way. I like to eat strange and unusual foods, I enjoy lifting weights, I'd possibly like to rule the world one day.. even for just a few minutes and I also listen to lots of hip hop music. Phew!
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  • England
    Life, 2003 - present
  • Zimbabwe
    Life, 1989 - 2003
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Mubaiwa
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When it comes to Indian food in Woking, this place is the best by quite some distance. I felt I had to leave a review so that people don't make the mistake of ignoring this quirky little restaurant. It's quite hidden and you'd miss it if you weren't paying attention. Service: Staff are courteous and make an effort to initiate conversation, even if you're picking up a takeaway. It may come across as a little contrived but if you think about it, they are really trying to deliver great service. The same cannot be said for the vast majority of eateries in the area. You could argue that they deliver the best service in the immediate area and you'd probably be correct. Food: I am not a connoisseur of Indian food. I don't even remember half of what I order from the menu. However, my taste buds really do appreciate the food. Let me make this clear; Thali Thali does the basics better than anywhere else I've been. We can talk about sophisticated curries; their authenticity and closeness to the true essence of India; and the purity of the spices til infinity but if the rice or the bread is rubbish then it spoils the dish altogether. I have yet to explore the menu in its entirety but the highlights so far are the Pishori Naan and the Keema Naan. I've ordered the same food items from just about every exotic eatery in the area and I can say, most emphatically, that Thali Thali's offerings are better. The breads are generously stuffed, with the Pishori being an infusion of coconut and mango while the Keema has gorgeously spiced, succulent and fatty lamb mince. It's utterly indulgent food. I remember recently at lunchtime, on a Sunday, I suddenly craved Pishori Naan. Thali Thali was shut and I went to another restaurant. I ordered £10 worth of Pishori and Keema (yes, I'm obsessed) and I can honestly say it was a waste of money. The Pishori had the odd sweet coconut flake and the keema naan as a crumble of mincemeat here and there. My friend, decided to complain and they gave us another piece of Keema as a consolation. It was just as bad. Lesson learned: Thali Thali's offerings are unmatched, period. Moving on... The Pilau rice has some spices infused into it aswell and the results are striking. You don't know quality Indian food until you've been here. I plan to try just about everything on their menu. Their not exactly cheap, but they are cheaper than the other places I've been complaining about in this review. 5/5.
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