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Here I go:
Eat And Let Fry
Licence To Eat
I'm going to think of more but I gotta go.
Fillet of Soul
A view to a dill
for your taste buds only
from Italy with love
You only dine Twice
LOBSTER, QUAILS EGGS AND SLICED SEAWEED
GLORY-FIED Ham and Eggs
Well that would make the marketing team's job terribly easy:
"For a good time, eat [company name here]!"
Sounds like a good name for a pub, rather in the vein of "The Slaughtered Lamb."
and it already exists in London, by the way.
Quantum Of Molasses
A View To A Grill
For Your Mouth Only
The Man With The Golden Shrimp
No Better Place To Meet
Another Way To Fry
Mister Fish Fish Tang Tang
@Some_Kind_Of_Hero, you made me soil my pants, sir. :D
Spoonraker would be especially apt for a fancy soup kitchen. And I do love a tasty soup.
Heh. Something tells me that might violate a few public decency codes.
If I ever open a BBQ rib joint...
From Italy with Love is a truly excellent idea. So much so that I wouldn't be surprised if such a resto already exists.
Glory Fried Ham and Eggs was an actual resto in New York, just as Bill's at the Beach was a real Florida restaurant that Fleming renamed for Goldfinger. It still exists, BTW.
I like this. Short, sweet and a touch mysterious for those who don't get the Bond connection.
Sounds dangerous. All waiters would wear Kevlar and tote Walthers for self defense and to shoot the tops off of champagne bottles.
Well this is the helluva coincidence. Only a few days ago I purchased An American Werewolf in London and watched it this past Friday night. Jenny Agutter--she certainly gets the ol' digestive juices a-flowin'. She might have made a good Moneypenny.
Heh. We're not talkin' about some discount joint, Thunderpussy!
Owned by Christoph Waltz, no doubt...
Mod edit: 9 posts in a row is taking our "no double posts" rule for a real challenge, PK. ;-) Anyway, I merged them into one. The Edit button still functions.
Hildebrand Pies and Rarebits*
*inspired by AVTAK
*inspired by Spectre.