London news 'I queued for hours for Mob Kitchen's chicken burger & it was totally worth it' Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - 'As I took my last bite, I wondered if getting straight back in the queue was too far',' says reporter Hayley Clarke
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Mob Kitchen has been delighting Instagram audiences and young at-home cooks for years now, with their cheap, accessible and easy-to-cook recipes. A quick scroll down their grid shows you just how they’ve amassed their more than 600,000 following. Succulent, delicious recipes abound, packaged up in quick, easy video guides with free instructions on their website. So naturally, when the Mob Truck was pulling up just a 30-minute walk from my house, and the goddess that is Seema Pankhania was going to be there, making Korean fried chicken burgers, I had to go. The clever team behind Mob knows what they’re doing. A pre-paid £12 ticket got you entry, with each customer receiving an allocated time slot to pick up their chicken burger. Instagram I had a Saturday afternoon to kill before settling down to an evening of Shrek and re-watching Fleabag whilst my boyfriend was on a pub crawl with ‘the boys’, so I ventured down.
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. Thank god I had a book in my bag. The queue was around 100 people long, and full of groups of friends drinking draft beer and tinnies from plastic cups like we were at a festival. Half an hour in, we hadn’t got far, and were still queuing for the main queue.
As I queued in the car park to get into the actual queue, I knew it wasn't going to be a quick one
By this time I’d committed, and it was too late to look back. How would I recoup my £12? How would I quell my hunger? The only way was onwards. About an hour in, a kind girl in front took pity on me, and asked if I was really still queuing for a burger for one.
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