- affection term for a road-side or side-show food seller's converted mobile caravan, from which you can buy predominantly fast food take-aways such as pies, burgers, hot-dogs, fish and chips and such-like tasty treats.
Kiwi (New Zealand slang). 2013.
Look at other dictionaries:
pie cart — Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) affection term for a road side or side show food seller s converted mobile caravan, from which you can buy predominantly fast food take aways such as pies, burgers, hot dogs, fish and chips and such like tasty treats … English dialects glossary
pie-cart — /ˈpaɪ kat/ (say puy kaht) noun a mobile food shop, originally selling mainly pies … Australian English dictionary
pie cart/pie rack — (informal) (See tray cart) … Glossary of postal terms
Pie floater — A pie floater is a meal served at pie carts in Adelaide and elsewhere in South Australia. It was once more widely available in other parts of Australia but its popularity waned.A pie floater consists of the traditional Australian meat pie sitting … Wikipedia
tray cart — A heavy duty, wheeled container with fixed steel mesh shelving, designed to hold standard USPS letter trays and flat trays. (Also called bread tray, pie cart, or pie rack) … Glossary of postal terms
Harry's Cafe de Wheels — Infobox Company name = Harry s Cafe de Wheels company type = Take Away (pie cart) genre = foundation = 1938 founder = Harry Tiger Edwards location city = Woolloomooloo location country = Australia location = origins = key people = area served =… … Wikipedia
Mobile Stud Unit — MSU MSU, Waikato O week, 2000 Background information Origin Hamilton, New Zealand Genres … Wikipedia
SKYCITY Adelaide — Infobox Casino casino= SKYCITY Adelaide theme= address= North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5001, Australia rooms= 0 date opened= 1985 space gaming= attractions= shows= restaurants= Casino Grill, North, LOCO, Pullman Café Junction owner= Sky … Wikipedia
bloke — I Australian Slang 1. man; fellow; guy; 2. affectionate term used to refer to a male animal; 3. (obsolete) person in charge; the boss; 4. (obsolete) prostitute s pimp (formerly also spelt bloak ; from British working class slang, perhaps from… … English dialects glossary
bloke — usually a man, and often used when referring to a stranger as in; There s this bloke down the road who sells greasies from his pie cart for $1 a bag, which is much cheaper than that bloke who has a shop , or used when referring to someone you… … Kiwi (New Zealand slang)