FANS are all saying the same thing after a picture emerged online of food at Bolton Wanderers.
The snap uploaded to Twitter shows a chicken tikka naan with garlic fries ready to be washed down with a pint of beer, all priced at £8.
Supporters could not believe what they were seeing and for such good value.
One said: "Scran all day long."
Another thought it was fantastic saying "unreal" with the love heart eyes emoji.
More supporters reacted: "Suddenly I'm a Bolton fan."
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Given the ever-increasing prices of food and drink at stadiums, a fan praised the price saying: "Good value especially at the footy."
According to one of the Wanderers faithful this delicious looking food is served in the club's new fanzone that has just opened this season.
The University of Bolton Stadium welcome Aston Villa last night in the Carabao Cup with the League One outfit losing 4-1 despite taking an early lead.
They may have not been able to cope on the pitch with the top flight side but they have Premier League standard food being served.
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Bolton have got off to a solid start this season sitting seventh in League One and facing Plymouth next.
Their next home league game is versus Charlton and perhaps some Addicks fans will make the trip looking to find the now famous chicken tikka.
This is the second time dinner at stadiums has made the headlines recently, over in United States a baseball fan was pictured dipping a sausage into a beer.
He was then seen using the hot dog as a straw and social media was split between disgust and awe.
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