We met up with Paul & Sue for Lunch today at The Swan at Braybrooke in Market Harborough. We were there to celebrate some accumulated techy work I’d done for them.
The original title of this Post was First Visit but as soon as we pulled into their (rather compact) car-park, I realised we’d been here before! A quick look back across my Blog revealed that we had (also with Paul & Sue) – with Geoff & Rhonda – back in 2019 (in fact almost exactly four years ago to the day!)
What I hadn’t seen (nor appreciated) the last time we were here was that actor, Graham Moffatt was connected with the property way-back-when! As a fan of Will Hay and his films, this was a bonus for me! 👍. Anyway, enough of that, we were here for the FOOD not Film history!😉
As last time, the food turned out to be delicious!
It was certainly the tastiest homemade soup I’d slurped in a long while (apart from OURS!) and those Lamb Sausages were the yummiest, mintiest creations I think I have EVER eaten (and I do know my sausages!
And in spite of a very tempting range of Desserts, each of us resisted (just!) agreeing that we all felt ‘comfortably full’! 😋😋😋😋.
All-in-all then, a GREAT experience – and somewhere that I know we’ll be returning to (hopefully, before another four years pass!). 😉. Thanks for the treat, Paul & Sue!
I got into blogging quite late in life, not publishing my first post until 2004 – well into my 40s! My lifelong love of technology and communication (in all its forms), together with a fondness for the art of writing seemed to be the perfect combination to contribute a few words to the online community. But I’m no Samuel Pepys! If you’re looking for deep and meaningful comments on a variety of subjects, then you’ve arrived at the wrong site! I only pen for pleasure! On average, my posts appear about twice per month, covering family & friends, cinema visits, eating out, holiday experiences and techy stuff. Oh, and as this is my hobby, there are no sponsored links nor adverts here – it’s all done with love!
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