Gulen hopes to ride the Midnight Meat Train



Will late-night Gulen inspire a work of similar genius from mdotebeats?

Gulen Kebab has applied for a late night license, in order to serve food until 2am Sunday-Thursday and until 3am on Friday and Saturday nights.

The application suggests Gulen is aiming to capitalise on increasing late-night traffic that will accompany the opening the East London Line and the gradual transformation of the area around the station.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good on them, I say accept it.

Yet somewhere, the distant rumbling of mung bean eaters draws closer...

Brockley Nick said...

I'm sure someone will find a reason to oppose it, but I agree it's good news for the area to get a few more (legitimate) late night businesses. We're zone 2, after all.

Welcome to 2009 said...

Love that video!

Matt-Z said...

Is their wine bar ever open any more?

Tressillian James said...

Can't see why on that stretch of road they shouldn't stay open

Anonymous said...

But what is actually inside??

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