Monday, 21 September 2009

Steak and chips in Deal

Looking at the local blogs this morning it is strange to find that Mark Nottingham was also looking for lunch in Deal recently.

We seldom eat out as we mostly have several children in tow and the expense racks up, however last Thursday with the children back at school and the inevitable busman’s holiday, book shopping in other bookshops in progress, a considerable urge for steak and chips came on in Deal.

We got an excellent meal at Café Narté just off the main pedestrianised shopping street click here for the pictures

Please excuse the random short postings in between catching up on a mountain of things that I should have done recently, this sort of blogging is a useful displacement activity.

The last week has been very much tied up with family matters, I buried my father and my son went of to university, so a difficult week all round.

1 comment:

  1. Very strange. I also happen to be in Deal. Seems like it's the place to be at the moment, what with the Deal Maritime Folk Festival, although I unfortunately have the mundane task of looking after my grandmother's dogs, so I haven't been able to indulge in some good ol' steak 'n' chippery or pub grub like yourself and Mark. Alas, perhaps another time, eh?


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