Wallington man's plane crazy curry restaurant is ready for take-off

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/11226835.Plane_crazy_curry_restaurant_ready_for_take_off/

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    Curry lovers will be able to enjoy a plane naan at a Wallington entrepreneur's restaurant with a difference.

    Aeroplane lover Mustafa Azim has converted a Boeing 737 passenger jet into a luxury curry restaurant and will soon be opening it for business.

    Mr Azim, who runs a plane salvage business, hatched the plan to make a jet into a curry restaurant and has finally been able to turn his dream into a reality.

    Read More: http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/11226835.Plane_crazy_curry_restaurant_ready_for_take_off/
     
  2. Jaimito Cartero
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    Does it cost more to sit in F?
     
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    So many implications.

    Is there a charge if you cancel your reservation?

    Is there a frequent diner program?

    Do you have to pay to use the lounge before dinner?

    Are the drinks all 50ML?

    Are the restrooms attended? Wouldn't it get a little crowded if they are?

    If this restaurant was in the States:

    If your dinner lasts more than 3 hours would they be fined by the FAA?

    Wouldn't the food would be cold before the TSA lets the diners "board"?
     
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    I"D"E? (in-dining entertainment?;)) at every seat? What size screen?
     
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    Are seatbelts required before and after takeoff while awaiting your main course? And if it gets too warm or humid in the dining (main cabin) room because of the over-curried dishes being served, will the oxygen masks then automatically deploy, only to find that the oxygen canisters have been replaced with premixed gin and tonics instead? Also, in case of turbulance during the dinner, are Alka-Seltzers or even Gas-X provided to all diners, or is that only available to those sitting in F class areas?

    Wondering (or is that wandering) minds want to know.
     
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