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Thread: OK, What's For Lunch or Tea Today?

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    No, the key is here:

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    As a former Michelin-starred restaurant, we have lost none of our passion for quality ingredients and great food; we’ve just added a healthy dose of simplicity, comfort and family-friendly daytime opening hours.
    They've obviously decided to 'downgrade' a little, perhaps as it wasn't paying to run a Michelin-starred restaurant full-time, in an out of the way rural setting? I'd go for lunch, though! In fact I might take Del there for such this weekend

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    Dry tyres and some chips please
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    Dry tyres?

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    I expect the drive out there is rather nice in the brabster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Dry tyres?

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    michelin, pit stop, .. doh i will go now
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    michelin, pit stop, .. doh i will go now

    Well I laughed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    I expect the drive out there is rather nice in the brabster?
    Lol yeah, it's about an hour away, and let's say the twisty-windy roads at the end with BIG 'rollercoaster' dips, when you leave the A483, keep you from falling asleep!

    There's a nice ladies boutique there, which Del usually gets some clothes in, and a cracking old hotel where the bar serves some awesome local ales, so with lunch at Checkers, it would make for a fun sSaturday afternoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    michelin, pit stop, .. doh i will go now
    Lol - ah ok, wasn't really focussing on the Michelin thing at the specific moment, more just food in general

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    And other stuff from a deli in Clifton, Bristol.

    Some interestiing flavours in this lot that I just could not identify. All bought by zee wife. No cooking and free has to be good


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