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The Dalek Diner

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I figure that since daleks pop up in the bakery so often, we need a restuarant in the theme of Daleks and Dr. Who.

Dalek everything, the cooks look like Dr. Who, and so do some of the waiters, who don't carry any food. The small robotic Daleks follow them with trays.

The walls flash with lights, and of course, the salt and pepper shakers are like Daleks, too.

DesertFox, Nov 12 2004

Dinner Dalek http://www.halfbake...dea/Dinner_20daleks
Inspiration. And I don't understand what dinner has to do with guarding children on the playground. It's name doesn't fit, but it inspired this idea. [DesertFox, Nov 12 2004]

(?) Dalek Salt + Pepper Shakers http://www.doctorwh...ategory_Code=2-GIFT
Pricey. [Detly, Nov 12 2004]

(?) Halfbakery: Dalekatessen Dalekatessen
The take-out joint next door? [jutta, Dec 11 2004]

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       Dalektable?   

       Dr? Who?
po, Nov 13 2004
  

       goodness those salt and pepper shakers are expensive!
po, Nov 13 2004
  

       But they're very light.
hippo, Nov 13 2004
  

       Would it also serve food intended for daleks, as in "Dalek Invasion Earth 2150 AD"? Dalek cuisine sort of exists, and this would seem a good way to serve it.
nineteenthly, Nov 13 2004
  

       *SAUTÉ!   

       *SAUTÉ!   

       *SAUTÉ!
wagster, Nov 13 2004
  
      
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