Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Tunnelling

Louis and I headed off down to Brixham yesterday for lunch.  We went to see Mr Metrosexual who welcomes the company now he's retired.  He misses office gossip terribly so I'm happy to update him. I don't think he's mourning the loss of working in an increasingly stretched NHS though.

We settled on a gorgeous little unlicensed seafood hut on the harbour that unusually doesn't seem to feature on Tripadvisor.  It's one of Mr Metrosexual's favourite eateries  and does delicious reasonable priced crab sandwiches...or salad if you're not a carb kind of person.   Along with the cruet sets and menu there's a spray bottle of water on each table to ward off the seagulls who're a bit fond of a fishy snack themselves.

Afterwards we had a stroll to acclimatise Louis to the town that he will call home in just over a week's time.  We took him past this shop  which may be familiar to Antiques Roadshow viewers.  I'm hoping that it will warn my son of what might happen if he doesn't tidy his bedroom!  I reckon the owners got lost among the junk some time ago.  They'll emerge in a few months once they've dug their way out!

3 comments:

  1. There's nothing like a real JUNK SHOP.

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  2. we too ate at the seafood shack last week, in Brixham. We had salmon sandwiches with a lovely side salad. One of the ingredients being samphire, which was fresh and salty. I had to ask what it was.

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  3. we too ate at the seafood shack last week, in Brixham. We had salmon sandwiches with a lovely side salad. One of the ingredients being samphire, which was fresh and salty. I had to ask what it was.

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