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||Dear Nicey, I just wanted to inform your readers who happen to live in New York of an excellent resource for all things Tea 'n' biccies related. A wonderfull establishment that we ex-pats have been frequenting for many years namely: "Tea and Sympathy" on Greenwich Avenue (between 6th & 7th Avenue) Not only can you pop in for a nice cup (or mug if you prefer) of tea and a sit down but you can also partake of the many splendid epicurian delights that we all (well most of us anyway) took for granted as youngsters. The regular menu contains an assortment of teas, sandwiches, Heinz beans on toast, Bangers'n'mash, shepherds pie etc an assortment of puddings with or without Birds custard plus other goodies and beverages such as Ribena and Lucozaid. In addition there are numerous daily "main and afters" specials. It gets a bit crowded during Lunchtimes so be prepared to wait. On the flipside however, the turnover is pretty quick during these time so the owner will chuck you out to make way for other customers. The best times to|
go for a plain old cuppa and a sit down are in the afternoons. If you need provisions such as supplies of Tea and biscuits, sweets (just about everything) Marmite, jams marmalade, Branston pickle, etc. They are available for purchase at "Carry On Tea and Sympathy" next door. Basicly everything your local corner shop would carry. Including newspapers, magazines and videos!! There is also a (real) Fish'n'Chip shop called "A Salt And Battery" which is not only a clever play on words but utilises the London Underground Logo for added impact. It also serves as a handy landmark should you (in your obvious heady state of slight dibeleif and full on olfactory assault) happen to mistakenly stumble into the take out burrito place that is cunningly wedged between Tea and Sympathy and the chip shop. So there you have it. A little slice that is forever England.
|Nicey replies: That all sounds very sensible.|