The Missing Burger Van of Portsmouth

TheIronDuke

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#6
The only reason anybody would actively seek out one of those revolting things is if the owner owed one money. Back story please.
 

B_AND_T

MIA
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#8
Whilst some of the responses are honest the original post thows up more questions like: why the **** would you want to go to Portsmouth?
 
#9
I don't know either.

I did once vomit on the counter of a kebab-van in Southampton, if that's any help. The bloke came out and punched me into the gutter, and stamped on my head.
 
#10
In this quest for a new openness and honesty I too must admit that I do not know the answer.
I do* but I am not going to tell him.


*that is what is technically known as a ******* outright lie btw.
 

TheIronDuke

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#12
Whilst some of the responses are honest the original post thows up more questions like:

1) why the **** would you want to go to Portsmouth?

2) Then dine standing up at a ******* burger van?
Unless of course you had just snagged 200mtrs of copper signal wire from the Portsmouth Harbour to Waterloo line and needed to shift it sharpish?
 

maninblack

LE
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#18
Is that the one next to the main dockyard gate? It was still there only a few weeks ago.
No, it was in the industrial estate in the North of the island near where I used to work.



The only reason anybody would actively seek out one of those revolting things is if the owner owed one money. Back story please.
Good quality food, well cooked and it won The AA Patrol best roadside cup of tea in the UK award a few years ago. The couple who ran it used free trade tea, really good bacon and sausages and were well above the level of the usual greasy spoon purveyors.

What I really want though is their bacon and black pudding burger with Thai sauce.
 
#19
Not quite the same level of reaction as the Borden Kebab Van thread

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Bouillabaisse

LE
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#20
No, it was in the industrial estate in the North of the island near where I used to work.





Good quality food, well cooked and it won The AA Patrol best roadside cup of tea in the UK award a few years ago. The couple who ran it used free trade tea, really good bacon and sausages and were well above the level of the usual greasy spoon purveyors.

What I really want though is their bacon and black pudding burger with Thai sauce.
So why are you telling us this now when it's gone and not before when it was there?
 

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