Where to eat with kids before a game?

Re: Where to eat with kids before a game?

covglaws 13 Feb 2019 09:25 am said..

gloskarlos wrote:I take mine to burger star, then into Janes pants for a lardy cake at half time :oops: ;)


Drippin' Cake surely. 8-)
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Harrison26 13 Feb 2019 09:36 am said..

The chippy opposite the ground is good, although I have been disappointed in recent visits so am unsure whether they have changed hands? The staff are the same that being said.
There’s also McDonalds, but it depends how health conscious you are! :lol:
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GlawsyD 13 Feb 2019 13:25 pm said..

A pint, bag of crisps and a pickled egg.
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gloskarlos 13 Feb 2019 15:35 pm said..

covglaws wrote:
gloskarlos wrote:I take mine to burger star, then into Janes pants for a lardy cake at half time :oops: ;)


Drippin' Cake surely. 8-)


Hmmmm, I've always called them Lardy, so does Tom Kerridge, so does this website:-

https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/lardy-cake

I have heard them called drippers too. This could be a thread on it's own!
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DieTrying 13 Feb 2019 15:46 pm said..

So Pie is another one down the Quayd
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Westy 13 Feb 2019 16:36 pm said..

Failing GlawsyD's suggestion of pint, bag of crisps and pickled egg (gosh, I'd be really excited to go the match with him!) try Ye Olde Fish Shoppe, Hare Lane (back of Sainsburys) ... most excellent fare ...

Or ... a pint of beer, a woodbine and a match, a tuppence halfpenny stick of rock, and we're off to the rugby match ...

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lucifer 13 Feb 2019 16:42 pm said..

You certainly wouldn’t want to stand next to him Pete!
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Face 13 Feb 2019 17:30 pm said..

The Harvester in the Old Cattle Market is always a decent feed. Only then a 5 min walk to the ground past Dean's Walk
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James J 13 Feb 2019 18:22 pm said..

Harrison26 wrote:The chippy opposite the ground is good, although I have been disappointed in recent visits so am unsure whether they have changed hands? The staff are the same that being said.
There’s also McDonalds, but it depends how health conscious you are! :lol:


The Mermaid has indeed changed hands, and I too was disappointed after my last visit. The already recommended Ye Olde Fish Shoppe by Sainsbury's would be my pick.
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King Prawn Bhuna 13 Feb 2019 18:37 pm said..

Kingsholm chippy us still as good as ever... On a match day the fish and chips is as good as any on the county.... First port of call when I bring visitors down from the Midlands... Not a word of complaint yet. Its also got the endorsement of most teams for the coach trip home... Best moment was Dai Young ordering pies for you know who...
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