I don't know when I started to have such an enormous appetite. Perhaps it was because knowing that after this trip, it would take an even longer wait for me to come to the UK again, and thus I forced myself into making the most of it - even my belly. I was hungry almost all the time. I wanted to eat everything I saw on the menu. But... I knew that was impossible. I still had to make a choice.
This restaurant looked very colourful. My friend and host said it was quite good. So we decided, or rather I decided, that we should have dinner there.
My friend is a big tea drinker. She loves English tea, yet, she's French.
This was my mussels meal. I had never had such an enormous plate full of mussels before! It was so satisfying!
Compared to my enormous appetite, my friend was more keen on light meals. This, even, was a bit too much for her small appetite. And I felt like a pig, but I didn't care! I was on holiday!
The bread dipped in the mussels sauce was absolutely divine! The plate with water and a piece of lemon in it was there for you to wash your hands. You can't really enjoy mussels without dirtying your hands after all, can you?
Empty plate, bowl of shells... and how could this meal be complete without a glass of wine?
It's a pretty interesting restaurant. Come for some tea or even a meal if you drop by Canterbury. It's on the High Street, and with its colourfulness, there is no way you're going to miss it.