THINGS TO EAT: Gorgeous.

After queing for an hour and a half and still not managing to get tickets to an event we REALLY wanted to go to, Sam and I decided to eat away our troubles. It had been an early morning (especially for Sam who rarely emerges before 12 unless she absolutely has to ) and we needed consoling.

The solution? Breakfast.

DSCN2601And not just a couple of slices of toast or a measly bowl of muesli. Oh no. Sam went for the ‘Big Breakfast’ while I had a sausage sandwich and the biggest pot of tea they could muster. Unfortunately we guzzled it before I had a chance to pick up my camera…

DSCN2611Trivial as it may sound, a cafe can pretty much guarantee that I’ll be a returning customer if the provide a mahoosive pot of tea with a refill. Even if my teeny tiny bladder can’t cope, I will happily work my way through the 6 or so cups that you get. It helped with the ticket disappointment too, I can promise you.

To find this, we knew we had to head to Gorgeous, the cutest little cafe in the centre of town. I love it because of its tea and its vintage decor.

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DSCN2608They’re also one of the few places to sell Sam’s favourite sandwiches just the way she likes it, so we tend to come here a lot for a quick lunch in between classes. They also stock some of the nicest cakes and baked goods in town, which is a winner in my book.

Plus, with a name like Gorgeous, it fulfils my need for cuteness…And it helped us forget the ticket fiasco!

Have you tried Gorgeous?

 

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