November 06, 2003

Baker Street Greasy Spoon


Elderly ladies enjoy a chip and a chat at one of the greasy spoons on Baker Street. For the uninitiated: This is not the height of British cuisine by any means but it's certainly filling and satisfying enough when you're craving carbohydrates. When I first started working in London, it was customary to go down to the Angel Inn and have "lard" every Friday lunch. My colleagues would have, for lunch, eggs, beans, toast, sausages and bacon on a huge plate. And it would only cost 3 or so. Wash it all down with some Sprite imported from Estonia or Espana and a mug of coffee, et voila! Enough calories consumed to last you through the weekend! Greasy spoons also cater for us vegetarians - baked potatos, chips, veggie burgers, baked beans and bagels.

Posted by kimgilmour at November 6, 2003 10:00 AM | TrackBack
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do they have cardiologists on call too?

Posted by: jovo at November 7, 2003 12:52 PM

children and older senior citizens make such great subject matter ~ their expressions are timelss and full of life

Posted by: btezra at November 19, 2003 09:58 PM
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