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Join Date: May 2013
County: Phnom Penh
Street food must surely be food that you eat in the street? To me this means chips & gravy, kebabs, Gregg’s pasties, and other foods of that ilk. It doesn’t not include borderline inedible ****e that resembles what they apparently (but most likely don't) eat in Vietnam/Armenia/Palestine that you eat in a ****ing restaurant. If you go in, order food, and sit at a table eating it, it’s a restaurant, it is not street food whatever sort of pretentious tosspot the seller might be. Even McDonalds, whose food is often eaten (and subsequently chucked up) in the street, don’t call it street food.
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