After we were suitably full, the girls complained that their coffee was awful and they needed something better. As a fan of Turkish coffee myself, we went to a little place around the corner for some good-quality drinking. It was so cute, a little vintage store with tonnes of things to look at, play with and actually buy. Although it was a little independent place, it was very well presented and thought out.
Wednesday, 3 July 2013
Turkish Coffee for Three
My friend Helen came to visit Rosi and I last week, as she is from York and wanted to see where we lived. While we waited for Rosi to bike to us, I took Helen on a little tour - all the big shops but also all the little independent ones too! Following this, we went to a cafe for a cuppa and food (that my mum loves).
The coffee definitely hit the spot and I wouldn't hesitate to go back and have another rummage around. We have a wonderful catch up and went our separate ways to continue with some work :(