The lady I was in last night.
Marion, Sarah and I had a fab night out at The Grey Lady in Tunbridge Wells. It’s a music lounge and on Wednesdays and Sundays Paul Dunton & Guests present local acts such as The Good Ship Band who were particularly good and have previously supported Keane.
We saw 4 great acts in this small and intimate venue and I highly recommend it.
London buses, the only colourful thing on London Bridge this grey and foggy morning.
and scrambled egg I had for breakfast
in Le Pain Quotidien. Strange serving it with salad and a salad dressing at 7am! But this is a lovely space to sit and enjoy a quiet breakfast before another busy day kicks off.
Supper was orange too – a mango, fig and apple smoothie I had for supper. Oh, and the fruit bread I had from Starbucks mid morning – oops.
The pear, endive and walnut salad
and gnocchi with mushrooms I had for lunch at Osteria Del Mercato. I had lunch out with a colleague who is leaving. It is a fact of the contracting and consulting world in which I work that people move in and out of your work space quite frequently. Some times that is a blessed relief but not in the case. All the best with your next assignment Helen.
We had a table in the window and sat in a delightful arched section of the restaurant. If you look up, you are sitting under the train track that carries trains from Cannon Street to London Bridge.
These wonderful umbrellas, hanging in a little courtyard in Borough Market.
I doubt they keep the rain off effectively but I suspect they provide respite from the sun in the summer.