Sunday, 21 August 2011

Sunday Lunch

I lunched out today, at Donaghadee Garden Centre in County Down. I find their grub to be of a most acceptable standard; indeed, I always enjoy it.

Today I had the chicken and ham pie with mashed potato, carrots and peas; followed by a thick slice of pear and almond tart with whipped cream.

Well, it was good, homely, wholesome, unpretentious food, as ever. What more can I say?

They always have lots of tumblers of water poured out for anyone who wishes to help themselves (apart from a full range of beverages).  The meal set me back about £11.

Thenceforth I motored up the coast to Ballyholme and parked at the Banks car park, where I went for a leisurely stroll in the general direction of Ballymacormick Point (though didn't walk anywhere near it!).

So I am up to date, wetting the noble whistle with a beaker of tea at home.


Gerry Snape said...

you have to love their meringues I think!

Timothy Belmont said...

It was a tough decision, as ever, re what to opt for!