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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    I thought you'd have least edited it to be Barry's Dong if it's known as The Beast.
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    I'm nothing if not adaptable.

    BTW - what is a KERB market? Just street food, or something more specific? I had a burrito from a food truck in Clerkenwell when I was on a course a few years ago. That had a suggestive name too, which i can't quite recall. Daddy something or other.... There were loads of other options up and down the street too, made me wish I was going to be there for longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    I'm nothing if not adaptable.

    BTW - what is a KERB market? Just street food, or something more specific? I had a burrito from a food truck in Clerkenwell when I was on a course a few years ago. That had a suggestive name too, which i can't quite recall. Daddy something or other.... There were loads of other options up and down the street too, made me wish I was going to be there for longer.
    Yeah, they tend to be quite organised. A collection of stalls - loads at Camden but they've spread to other locations, including Kings Cross, the Gherkin and West India Quay. Different stalls at WIQ each day, quite a variety with some better than others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    I'm nothing if not adaptable.

    BTW - what is a KERB market? Just street food, or something more specific? I had a burrito from a food truck in Clerkenwell when I was on a course a few years ago. That had a suggestive name too, which i can't quite recall. Daddy something or other.... There were loads of other options up and down the street too, made me wish I was going to be there for longer.
    Street food bud.

    Certain stalls do some really excellent stuff I can assure you

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    Ah, thanks. We don't really have street food here. Unless you're a pigeon or a tramp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Albert View Post
    Not only healthy, but three of your five a day.

    Lettuce, orange and chocolate (beans).
    To get my 5 a day, I eat lots of processed grass. Some call it beef.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    Ah, thanks. We don't really have street food here. Unless you're a pigeon or a tramp.
    I thought Greggs counted as street food up North

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    I thought Greggs counted as street food up North
    No, that's soup kitchens you're thinking of. I've seen security standing on the door of Greggs before - although I think that was in Manchester, so they were probably needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    I thought Greggs counted as street food up North
    Greggs have eat-in areas up north. It's a full on café in Bury!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    Greggs have eat-in areas up north. It's a full on café in Bury!

    I have to admit it all looks rather jolly...


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