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Blue Collar lunches in Plymouth.

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Message 1 - posted by U6532874, Apr 25, 2007

Where's good cheap tasty down to earth and won't object to muddy or oily clothes,even trackie bottoms or a cropped top and piercings?

Can I start with Windy Ridge, Cap'n Jaspers or the Hot Potato?
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Message 2 - posted by U2379384 - alt id 3, Apr 25, 2007

BHS caff in Cornwall Street or Platters on the Barbican. Elviras in Stonehouse, Goodbody's on Mutley Plain.
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Message 3 - posted by U6196471 - alt id 5, Apr 25, 2007

Does this include vans like the ones at Parkway retail park where you have to stand or sit down places like Chubbies cafe near the Avondale in Keyham Road?
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Message 4 - posted by Devon_Dumpling, Apr 25, 2007

WC2, don't you run such an establishment on a layby somewhere? Or have I misunderstood a posting a while ago?
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Message 5 - posted by mjinmutley, Apr 26, 2007

Where's good cheap tasty down to earth and won't object to muddy or oily clothes,even trackie bottoms or a cropped top and piercings?

Can I start with Windy Ridge, Cap'n Jaspers or the Hot Potato?

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That's an eclectic mix of clothing you own WillCove, but I'm sure you look very nice in whatever you choose to wear.

I'd recommend the Port 'o' Call on West Hoe, definitely Goodbody's and any branch of Mcdonalds.

Oh! And be careful if you go to Chubbies, you probably don't want to end up in Studio 2...
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Message 6 - posted by U6532874, Apr 26, 2007

We do indeed but we cater magnificently for all types and tastes and are well out of town on a main route.

Meanwhile can I recommend the Pie 'n Mash on the Parade.
WC2, don't you run such an establishment on a layby somewhere? Or have I misunderstood a posting a while ago?

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Message 7 - posted by U2426416 - alt id 6, Apr 28, 2007

I like the Dartmoor Diner by RoboRough and the Village in Crownhill village centre.There is a Greek place off Embankment Road in Prince Rock. Is the East End Cafe still trading in Exeter St. It used to be heaving in the small hours with rough and ready Peelers.
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Message 8 - posted by U6532874, Apr 28, 2007

Where's good cheap tasty down to earth and won't object to muddy or oily clothes,even trackie bottoms or a cropped top and piercings?

Can I start with Windy Ridge, Cap'n Jaspers or the Hot Potato?


That's an eclectic mix of clothing you own WillCove, but I'm sure you look very nice in whatever you choose to wear.

I'd recommend the Port 'o' Call on West Hoe, definitely Goodbody's and any branch of Mcdonalds.

Oh! And be careful if you go to Chubbies, you probably don't want to end up in Studio 2...

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What's studio2? A smarter restaurant?
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Message 9 - posted by mjinmutley, Apr 30, 2007

What's studio2? A smarter restaurant?

errr, it's a *ahem* "massage parlour". There's nice ad for it oustide Timpson on Mutley Plain.
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Message 10 - posted by U2379384 - alt id 3, Apr 30, 2007

There is a row of cheap friendly caffs upstairs in the pannier market.
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Message 11 - posted by U7209542 - alt id 7 (all banned), May 1, 2007

Do down at heel internet cafes do blue collar trade? There are lots of them around. Has anyone tried the new Kurdish and Polish cafes which seem to do a roaring trade? I wonder if the staff speak English?
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Message 12 - posted by Junk2Rubbish, Sep 27, 2007

Where's good cheap tasty down to earth and won't object to muddy or oily clothes,even trackie bottoms or a cropped top and piercings?

Can I start with Windy Ridge, Cap'n Jaspers or the Hot Potato?

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Ah!

You obviously want the Quill and Tassel at Bray:

www.bbc.co.uk/comedy...

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Message 13 - posted by DaveDD, Sep 27, 2007

What about Hashbrowns at Cattedown?
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