Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Cabab

Hail a Meal - Taxi Ride WIth a Twist !
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You get in a cab and the driver asks you where you're going and what sauce you'd like with your Kebab.

The glovebox contains baclava and the dashboard has a selection of other middle eastern delights like tabouli, hommous and several types of delicious cheeses, that the driver can scoop into your Kebab while he drives you to your location. In the middle console between you and the driver are 2 large slowly revolving columns of meat - chicken and beef that are heated from engine conduits that slices can be carved from for your meal, as the cabab drives about.

The Burrito Bus comes past every 20 minutes if you prefer Mexican.

benfrost, Aug 28 2009

Could be conjoined with this idea. MiniBar_20_26_20Taxi
aimless elf demotion. [daseva, Aug 28 2009]

pizza taxi Pizza_20taxi
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       Why not serve beer as well ? "Beer taxi" could take on a whole new dimension.......   

       // Burrito Bus .... if you prefer Mexican //   

       Presumably there's also a Curry Train, where late-coming patrons ride on the roof ?
8th of 7, Aug 28 2009
  

       "Keep Korma ..... don't Bhaji about .... "
8th of 7, Aug 29 2009
  

       //Curry Train//   

       Or Tikka Tuk-Tuk.
bigsleep, Aug 29 2009
  

       Anything that promotes the proliferation of horrible takeaway kebabs is a bad idea in my book

The burritto bus however sounds awesome, so [neutral] on this occasion.
kaz, Aug 31 2009
  

       I'm fine with cabab taxi, but IMHO, burritos are crying out, through the subtle yet tenacious medium of their shape, for a citywide distribution network not of buses but of the humble pneumatic tube.
jutta, Aug 31 2009
  

       In our fast-food society I'm actually shocked something like this hasn't caught on already.
RayfordSteele, Aug 31 2009
  

       Welcome back benfrost. The burrito bus should be one of those silver airstream trailers.
energy guy, Aug 31 2009
  

       Does anyone else remember Max's Laxative Saxophone Taxi?
zen_tom, Sep 01 2009
  

       My mate used to work in a kebab shop when we were still at school and once the delivery guy gave us a lift into town. His car, a leather- seated 3-door toyota, dripped with grease from its saturated pores. The dashboard oozed with the condensation of steaming fat, and the upholstery stank of rotting horse. With windows open, the gag reflex was still hard to stifle.   

       As fun as it sounds to incorporate both the drunken taxi cab and drunken kebab-devouring behaviours of the masses into one convenient experience, it... will... be... horrible. (Sorry [Ben] [-])
theleopard, Sep 01 2009
  

       //The glovebox contains baclava// - that's all you need for my bun.   

       //Does anyone else remember Max's Laxative Saxophone Taxi?// I do. What does that say about me?
wagster, Sep 01 2009
  

       It says you read Viz in the mid nineties and may also remember Mickey's Monkey Spunk Moped!
zen_tom, Sep 01 2009
  

       What you need is one of those carnival vendor trucks, or perhaps sandwich delivery trucks, rigged up with a passenger booth. Any smallish converted RV might do the trick. Horrible for gas mileage though and I wouldn't want to venture the regulations that would be imposed.
RayfordSteele, Sep 01 2009
  
      
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