Flames then spread through a serving hatch
into the main part of the ground floor of the three storey building.
There is a door though to the snug, which has its own separate serving hatch
There is a dining room with patio doors leading outside and a serving hatch
through to the kitchen, and a separate sitting room with fireplace.
However, the committee believed that the condition in place - which states that sales of the refreshments will take place through the serving hatch
or night pay window of the premises - would appropriately address the reasons for those concerns.
A CHICKEN that was hurled through the serving hatch
of a drive-through McDonald's has been rehomed by an RSPCA inspector and renamed Nugget.
We've even created an upstairs smoking area which has a serving hatch
to make it as much a part of the pub as we can, so no-one feels excluded or on the outside.
It followed club owner Brian Potter, who is confined to a wheelchair after an accident with a serving hatch
The kitchen features state-of-the-art equipment and a serving hatch
After helping take in the food, he got behind the serving hatch
and dished out soup as well as cake and custard to folk.
Everything was cooked on a charcoal grill you could see in the kitchen at the back between staff going to and from the serving hatch
Strange messages begin to appear via a serving hatch
and the men begin to wonder who the messages are from, why they are waiting and who their next victim is.
One of the last known jug and bottle hatches was said to have been at the Bowls Inn where, at the main entrance there was a small vestibule with a bench, a door to the bar and a serving hatch
A TEENAGER who got angry at a McDonald's drive-thru, climbed through the serving hatch
and assaulted staff has been sentenced to four months youth detention.
The woman, who is in her 20s, is said to have romped with violent paedophile Frank Welsford, 36, in a laundry room at the hospital, and to have also performed a sex act on him through a serving hatch
in his door.
Interiors Perriand created in 1927 for her own Paris flat, which she promptly exhibited at the 1927 Salon d'Automne (her Bar Sous le Toit) and at the 1928 Salon des artistes decoraleurs (her dining room furniture) are evoked life-size, in the latter case by surviving specimens of her furniture: an early version of her rubber-topped extendable table (1927, Pompidou Collection), a set of mirror-faced sliding doors designed to mask views through the serving hatch
when the kitchen was in disarray (1928, private collection) and one of her tubular chrome swivel chairs with leather-covered padded seat and back (1927, Vitra Design Museum collection).