coffee isn't a course its a drink what next water course? hello?!
Almost spat out my mint julep.
How on earth did you cope!?
was the exact moment I realised I had no idea about the world
Myself and another friend couldn't decide between the cheese board and the desert. The waitress on hearing our indecision said *Have both* pointed at our rich friend and said *He's paying after all*
1) it's filling
2) it's fucking cheese, it deserves it's own course
fair play if its an Eritrean restaurant and you have the ceromony but otherwise.
and ive never seen one :/
was seriously ace.
No coffee. But two deserts. And two starters. Get that.
3 courses - starter, main, dessert is as much as it gets for me.
I don't want coffee after anyway. Don't really understand that when you've been drinking with you meal - I just want another beer.
you disgust me. Go and watch ITV2 whilst eating pizza.
WE ALL KNOW YOU DO IT.
I don't really go to many la-dee-da, stick-your-little-finger- out while you drink your wine type places.
Not that fussed about wine anyway really - they all taste the same to my uncultured palette.
All the really good restaurants do them.
I shit you not, Jordan. This was in Denmark though so maybe they do things differently there.
And I've seen Grave of the Fireflies about 6 times.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ulteriorepicure/8441269920/sizes/z/in/set-72157632668206890/ When I asked my brother about it he just laughed and changed the subject. I think it's all just a big ruse.
Small bits but it looks amazing.
One of the courses is fried moss.
and pretty tasty it was too
I wrongly assumed that each course would be roughly the same size as a three course meal would be.
Didn't have lunch and had a tiny breakfast that day, was starving.
No idea if the food was any good in the end as I ate it like a velociraptor.
it's a drink
What a swizz.
Just give me some cake and stop pretending coffee is a dessert you weird bastards.
What the actual F. It's like they're not bothered about going out of business.
which is probably the natural habitat of the chocolate fudge cake served warm with a dollop of vanilla (ice) cream. Last time it happened I nearly walked out without paying the bill.