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Written on: 18.06.2013 18:17
Wallu
Posts: 712
So what are you gonna eat? Know that there´s topic for this every year, just couldn´t find it...

I´m anxiously waiting for Dixie Burgers and that cheap but fulfilling spaghetti. Haven´t tried Thai Lanna´s dishes due to that long line or Mama Mombasa´s pancakes as I grave for meat when I´m hungover, but this year I´ll try to have ´em both.

Any recommendations...?
Written on: 18.06.2013 18:25
Fredde
Posts: 824
Wallu wrote:

So what are you gonna eat? Know that there´s topic for this every year, just couldn´t find it...

I´m anxiously waiting for Dixie Burgers and that cheap but fulfilling spaghetti. Haven´t tried Thai Lanna´s dishes due to that long line or Mama Mombasa´s pancakes as I grave for meat when I´m hungover, but this year I´ll try to have ´em both.

Any recommendations...?

I usually forget to eat, for 8 days. Don't know how it happens.
But I always make sure I get at least one serving of Spaghetti, old tradition.
Written on: 18.06.2013 19:58
Boye
Posts: 2
I tent to eat Lasagna (they sell it in Camp C) Every other day. It's amazing and well worth the 50kr.
Written on: 18.06.2013 20:24
Eef
Posts: 331
I always love the ...american burger...don't know the name but it's the same as where they sell gumbo soup..near the pavillion junior stage icon_smile.gif

Written on: 18.06.2013 20:32
Fredde
Posts: 824
Eef wrote:

I always love the ...american burger...don't know the name but it's the same as where they sell gumbo soup..near the pavillion junior stage icon_smile.gif



http://www.dixieburger.dk/
That would be the Dixie Burger.
Written on: 20.06.2013 18:16
Fancy Nancy
Posts: 18
Does anyone know if there are any veggie burgers at Roskilde? I couldn't find any last year icon_cry.gif
Written on: 20.06.2013 19:04
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 488
The ski burger has a rösti burger
Written on: 20.06.2013 20:22
Noer
Posts: 66
One ski-burger every year, else the ox-burger at Arena is good. Does anyone here remember Flying pancakes, and roast ribbs.
Written on: 20.06.2013 21:08
Law Abiding Citizen
Posts: 35
I eat a lot of Gringo Nachos. I have yet to try the legendary Ski-burger, but I've decided to try it this year and have therefore built up a lot of hype.

I also eat pancakes in the morning from an Indian shop (iirc) in City Center East.

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Written on: 20.06.2013 22:45
Eef
Posts: 331
Yes yes yes dixie burger!! With the spicey sauce!!
Written on: 20.06.2013 22:58
TMaagaard
Posts: 380
Fancy Nancy wrote:

Does anyone know if there are any veggie burgers at Roskilde? I couldn't find any last year icon_cry.gif


There was a portobello burger in L close to the festival ground last year. It looked pretty good.

Law Abiding Citizen wrote:

I eat a lot of Grincho Nachos. I have yet to try the legendary Ski-burger, but I've decided to try it this year and have therefore built up a lot of hype.

I also eat pancakes in the morning from an Indian shop (iirc) in City Center East.


I always go to the Indian shop for both the beef sandwich and some breakfast. This year, however, I will be camping in west so I doubt I'll drag my ass there for breakfast.
Written on: 20.06.2013 22:59
Christian Pawlowski
Posts: 30
It haven't been a good Roskilde without at least 2 or 3 dixie burgers, spaghetti from Spaghetti 45, Frikadeller from delleboden and a ox burger with fries from Kristine dal. icon_biggrin.gif


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