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 Post subject: Any good fast food between Temple Gate and King St?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 1:37 pm 
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Am coming in by bus this evening and considering whether to take some sarnies to eat on the bus or to grab a burger, kebab or fried chicken on the way as the bus will get in at 19:25.

Are there any particularly good fast food places between Temple Meads and the Vol, or conversely are there any I should avoid like the plague?

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 Post subject: Re: Any good fast food between Temple Gate and King St?
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Jeltz69 wrote:
Am coming in by bus this evening and considering whether to take some sarnies to eat on the bus or to grab a burger, kebab or fried chicken on the way as the bus will get in at 19:25.

Are there any particularly good fast food places between Temple Meads and the Vol, or conversely are there any I should avoid like the plague?



Small bar does relatively cheap (and more importantly good) food, and it's directly opposite

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 Post subject: Re: Any good fast food between Temple Gate and King St?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 4:01 pm 
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Nothing on the way to St Mary Redcliffe, nor from there to Queens Square, which, once you have crossed over it, you are at Small Bar.

So I second the Small Bar idea.

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 Post subject: Re: Any good fast food between Temple Gate and King St?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 4:21 pm 
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Thanks, but a tad dearer than I was after.

However, it looks as though I'll be able to get away from work early (being self employed that's not an entirely good thing!) and chuck something in the microwave.

See you all later,

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2015 4:43 pm 
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Hey Nick, it's only £5.95 for a decent hotdog and fries :) Compare that with, say, £5.00 for a kebab and that horrible feeling of self loathing you get afterwards - and that's if you can stomach eating one whilst sober.

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Could try Three Brothers Burgers, always good http://threebrothersburgers.co.uk/wp-co ... 4.2015.pdf, perhaps ring ahead to save a little time

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Hotcha next to fishmarket on baldwin st, good fresh noodles or there is sticks and broth over the way for vietnamese. both delicious and cheap

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steve crawshaw wrote:
Hotcha next to fishmarket on baldwin st, good fresh noodles or there is sticks and broth over the way for vietnamese. both delicious and cheap



Hotcha is damn fine. The lunch deal is amazing value.

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