Archive for urbanglasgow.co.uk For information past, present & future on the city of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
 


       urbanglasgow.co.uk Forum Index -> Random Rubbish
Starstorm99

Food related forum exp...

I personally, could do with putting a bit of weight on, but regardless, felt the need to complain about this aspect of the site.

Earlier this evening, I'd had a scotch pie and a cup of tea for supper.
Around 15 minutes later though, I found myself hungry again, due to 'single fish', 'roll and chips', 'single sausage', 'sausage supper' etc.

And now I'm hungry again for just typing that lot.

I suspect the proprietor of this site also runs a chain of chip shops,
and can see RIGHT though this shameless ploy of his/hers to increase their business.

It's subliminal in the extreme, and I'm formally complaining.

(lol)
Stuball

... noted



mmmm, deep fried pizzaaaaaaa
cybers

Visit Blue Lagoon
Frying with castrol
Beano

Starstorm99....wit make o'pie wiz it ye hid fur tea.    
James

cybers wrote:
Visit Blue Lagoon

No, seriously, DONT.



James H
cybers

Nothing wrong with Blue Lagoon 100,000 sausage suppers sold last year ... to walla-pers  

Infact anyone who eats out there intentionally needs a straight jacket for their own protection.



   
Starstorm99

I THINK I see what you did there, Beano.

The tricky part was balancing my cup of tea on her back....
Beano

Starstorm99 wrote:
I THINK I see what you did there, Beano.

The tricky part was balancing my cup of tea on her back....
 Sorry, should have said I work for big bakery    
cybers

Turnin up isnae the same as workin  
Beano

cybers wrote:
Turnin up isnae the same as workin  
Cybers mate ye still get the same wages though     dinnae want tae be a hero.  
Celyn

Beano wrote:
cybers wrote:
Turnin up isnae the same as workin  
Cybers mate ye still get the same wages though     dinnae want tae be a hero.  


True.   Very sage advice, that.  As long as he can bring home the bacon without having to do too much over-thyme.   And is that "hero" as in brave and noble bloke, or "hero" as in American-speak for a baguette sandwich?

Wish I hadn't clicked on this thread.  Hungry now.  But I'm at home so I  could take my mind off it by listening to some music.  Yeah.  Like Meatloaf, or Country Joe and the Fish, or Cream, or the Oyster Band or Half-Man Half-Biscuit.   That will work,  won't it?    
Starstorm99

I see I've been promoted to roll and fritter!

I think it was a Bell's pie, Beano.

I reckon food from the Blue Lagoon is like a donner kebab, Cyber - You only ever indulge on the way home from the pub.
James

On the subject of fattening food, what would everyone say the best take-away
pizza they've tried in Glasgow? Personally, I think Dominos and Pizza Hut are
an afront to the Italian fast food staple, and are nothing more than overpriced
bland garbage.

Amongst the best I've tried is the ones from Little Italy on Byres Road and also
those from the Philadelphia chippy at Kelvinbridge. Dinos in Sausageroll Street
is pretty good as well. The absolute best I've had in Glasgow was from Checks/Merry
Fryer in the High Street when it was run by a wee Italian guy - perfect Italian
style base with a fantastic sauce. Sadly, it's not run by said wee Italian guy
anymore and their pizzas are now rotten. Hot Peppers a bit further down the
road have really improved a lot lately after years of being average.

Lets hear yours...



James H
Beano

James...The Merry fryer made lovely chips, used to go in there while visiting my mother in the High st.    if I remember correctly he was wee fat baldy guy who looked like friar tuck.
fastnet

James.

We got a pizza one night from a shop on Clarence drive and it was fantastic.

Can't remember the name of of it though.....
James

Beano wrote:
James...The Merry fryer made lovely chips, used to go in there while visiting my mother in the High st.    if I remember correctly he was wee fat baldy guy who looked like friar tuck.

The Merry Fryer became Checks for a while before reverting back to the Merry
Fryer. The wee guy I mentioned wasn't bald though. Wee fat Italian-looking dude.



fastnet wrote:
James.

We got a pizza one night from a shop on Clarence drive and it was fantastic.

Can't remember the name of of it though.....

That's the thing - you'll get a great pizza from some random place every now and again.




James H
fastnet

Beano wrote:
James...The Merry fryer made lovely chips, used to go in there while visiting my mother in the High st.    if I remember correctly he was wee fat baldy guy who looked like friar tuck.


Ben.....He is now the security guard in asda toryglen.....
cybers

Got to be Turquoise in Howard St... though not on a weekend when they cheddar the cheese out for the drunks.

Dino's i agree was no bad ... there used to be a cracker on byres rd north of uni ave that did a stonking pizza but canny mind the name o the place wee tally shop  
James

cybers wrote:
Got to be Turquoise in Howard St... though not on a weekend when they cheddar the cheese out for the drunks.

Dino's i agree was no bad ... there used to be a cracker on byres rd north of uni ave that did a stonking pizza but canny mind the name o the place wee tally shop  

james73 wrote:
Amongst the best I've tried is the ones from Little Italy on Byres Road...




James H
cybers

Possibly is the same one james but cannot for the life of me confirm this to be the case m8
Beano

fastnet wrote:
Beano wrote:
James...The Merry fryer made lovely chips, used to go in there while visiting my mother in the High st.    if I remember correctly he was wee fat baldy guy who looked like friar tuck.


Ben.....He is now the security guard in asda toryglen.....
Fastnet...the man's wastin his talents    
fastnet

Beano wrote:
fastnet wrote:
Beano wrote:
James...The Merry fryer made lovely chips, used to go in there while visiting my mother in the High st.    if I remember correctly he was wee fat baldy guy who looked like friar tuck.


Ben.....He is now the security guard in asda toryglen.....
Fastnet...the man's wastin his talents    


Ben...I can't go into here but i think he there were other parties involved....
Stuball

Aye, Turquoise on Oswald St... had one from there last week and it was the business.

Jaquinellis at Queens Cross used to do a great pizza
cybers

fastnet wrote:
Beano wrote:
fastnet wrote:
Beano wrote:
James...The Merry fryer made lovely chips, used to go in there while visiting my mother in the High st.    if I remember correctly he was wee fat baldy guy who looked like friar tuck.


Ben.....He is now the security guard in asda toryglen.....
Fastnet...the man's wastin his talents    


Ben...I can't go into here but i think he there were other parties involved....


Wiznae gonny get force fed through the chipper wiz he for protection money ....
Starstorm99

Slightly outta town here, but does anyone remember the Station Cafe in Cambuslang? Used to do the best chips in existance. And Freddy who ran it - friendliest guy ever.
cybers

Stuball wrote:
Aye, Turquoise on Oswald St... had one from there last week and it was the business.

Jaquinellis at Queens Cross used to do a great pizza



Do you know what Stu I think i might have qouted this as Howard St whilst thinking of the Wee Tally shop that used to be at the bottom of St Enoch (Long Gone think its a Kebab joint noo)

Used to grab Pizza from there on the way to the Burds hoose in Eglinton St

       urbanglasgow.co.uk Forum Index -> Random Rubbish
Page 1 of 1
Create your own free forum | Buy a domain to use with your forum
The early bird catches the worm (proverb) | The second mouse gets the cheese (fact)