Lamenting the decline of Basket
and Green cafe
was apprehensive. I just don’t like being disappointed about food. And I don’t
like handing over hard earned money without good reason.
the record, both of the Two Girls have been back since that fateful day in April,
but only once.
weren’t going to give up totally without a fight.
far as the Breakfast menu goes, the soft scrambled eggs were a bit confronting
but I didn’t order them, so I was ambivalent. The french toast, with
caramelised bits topped with roasted pear was completely acceptable. Thank you.
Facebook page sounded promising. Angela was drawn to the special lamb sandwich a week or so ago. It's fair to say you caught her attention.
Our optimism was stirring, perhaps Basket and Green had found their way back to us. And us to you.
there was Friday’s lunch.
If a friend came over for dinner and they ate half the meal, wouldn’t you
ask them about it? At least to avoid reoffending them next time.
Our meals were left discarded.
While the photo received interest from Facebook followers, with comments such as 'looks good' and 'yum' alas pictures can be deceiving.
You did warn Angela that the hamburger was served rare. But it was the equivalent of Steak Tartare in a bun.
offer an alternative description of the vegetable lasagna: kale leaves, stewed
mushroom, béchamel, garlic and wonton wrappers.
Ms G, I fear this is the equivalent of a Dear John letter.
been good to us but I think the special thing we had is over.
am sorry if I seem ungrateful. We have had some good times together but they
seem a distant memory now. The spark has gone. There’s no more anticipation, no
thrill. Now there is only trepidation, garlic breath and a 4 pm craving for
did on the other hand, appreciate meeting wonderful Caitlin, who will feature in her own post in the
near future ;-)
We do have a lot of affection for this café. It’s where we first
decided to blog and more importantly, a site where we’ve consolidated our
If you have had a good meal at
B n G lately, tell us about it.