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1. [100.00%] Winner's Dinners - How dare you say that I write a load of old waffle
for you and particularly for Barry McKay, a reader. Mr McKay sends me many lengthy e-mails, sometimes two in one day. They include his views of restaurants in Barbados and elsewhere, news of a cruise he took, how he bought his children a dog, how
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2. [100.00%] Winner's Dinners - Revamped - but still worth sinking your teeth into
from my e-mail penpal, Barry McKay . His e-mails are 90% abuse, 10% lovely. A mere 90% of abuse from any reader is welcome relief. Thanks for letting me off lightly, Barry. I'm glad we agree about the Cliff restaurant in Barbados. Barry
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3. [75.44%] Winner's Dinners - Hitting the high life and plumbing the depths
relationship with e-mail pal Barry McKay flowers. Having threatened that unless I retracted my "unfair" criticism of the ghastly Sandy Lane chef, Grant MacPherson, he'd report me to the Press Complaints Commission, the High Court, the Toilet
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4. [63.16%] Winner's Dinners - The Lone Star movie star who's still in the spotlight
I care? Reader Barry McKay's e-mails continue apace . Five came last week. He's called me "miserable . . . unreasonable . . . yesterday's man". Barry even copied me on an e-mail he sent to a friend saying I looked as if I had a
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5. [38.60%] Winner's Dinners - Move over, Rat Pack - Winner's in town
did nothing. My e-mail pal Barry McKay, whom I finally met at La Reserve, was driven to distraction by Gerard's attitude and incompetence. "Didn't you hear me scream? " asked Barry. I hadn't. But, boy, did I understand why. A gargantuan
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6. [38.60%] Winner's Dinners - A walk on the wild side was met by tame indifference
Captain Incompetent and Barry McKay General Nuisance. All facing Captain Catastrophe. Nick Jones, Le Crestet, France I was amused when Michael named and shamed the gentleman who e-mails him twice a day with his opinions. Michael has
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7. [36.84%] Winner's Dinners - Search Restaurant Reviews
Nick Jones Barry McKay Sir Stirling Moss Adam Osborn Dennis Pallis Don Roberts Stanley Silver Rolf Soderlind Edna Weiss Michael Winner 13 Jun 1993 , 7 Aug 1994 , 29 Nov 2009
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8. [26.32%] Winner's Dinners - I just want a fried egg, not oeuf a la dingy-doo
delicious." My email pen pal Barry McKay, who writes to me about almost everything he eats, hated the first chef, but now thinks: "Everything is perfection." Sorry to be a spoilsport: I found the food abysmal. The bread was poor, the
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9. [26.32%] Winner's Dinners - If anyone was staying calm, dear, it was me
forward to your visits. Barry McKay, Berkshire In Hay-on-Wye outside Oscar's Bistro, a wooden placard proclaimed "Winner's dinners - outstanding in Wales". An insult to yourself and the principality. The meal was dreadful, the proprietor
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10. [26.32%] Winner's Dinners - You take the high road, I'll take a spaceship
followed his example. Barry McKay, Berkshire Send letters to Winner's Dinners, The Sunday Times, 3 Thomas More Square, London E98 1ST or email
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