coffee stall

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: stall - a stand (usually movable) selling hot coffee and food (especially at night)
sales booth, stall, stand - a booth where articles are displayed for sale
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At midnight he was so hungry that he could not go without food any more, so he went to a coffee stall at Hyde Park Corner and ate a couple of potatoes and had a cup of coffee.
Two youths who were at a nearby coffee stall rushed to rescue the woman on hearing her screams.
Also on offer will be the Tipple Truck, Steam Machine Brew, the Mussel Pot and the MOKA coffee stall.
Last week, we discussed how Ah Koon built his original coffee stall in 1944 at Telok Ayer.
In later life in the 1960s he ran a tea and coffee stall in Cardiff Docklands.
There are plenty of stalls for food, including beer stalls for the adults, fish 'n' chips, a burger van, hog roast, coffee stall, donuts and sweets.
One other heritage Singaporean brand Ya Kun, with more than 70 years of history, has grown from a coffee stall selling kaya toast and coffee in Telok Ayer Basin to a coffee chain with more than 110 outlets in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and more.
Around 20 local suppliers will sell their core products on the day and there will be a tea and coffee stall.
Issues ranged from the viability of running a coffee stall on the days of the Yorkshire Grand Depart stage of the Tour de France to challenges faced by those staging the forthcoming World Cup and next Olympic Games.
An application was forwarded by Reshmi Mahli to this office for opening a coffee stall.
The settler intentionally swerved his car in the direction of a coffee stall belonging to the two Palestinians, destroying it completely before fleeing the scene, he said.
HUGH JACKMAN set up his own coffee stall for journos at the film's junket in NYC last week.