Saturday, 1 March 2008

Mum's the word

It's Mother's Day tomorrow and in a noble effort 'Cafe Experience' in Central Road are opening especially to offer a Mother's Day menu. Now as big a fan as I am of their full English breakfast (and the more I have of them the bigger fan I become in every sense) I can't quite see that a trip 'dairn the local caff' is really the way to impress Mum on her special day. I guess it's the thought that counts.

I'm quite sure the restaurants of Worcester Park will do a roaring trade though - 'La Mamma' if you want a particulary aptly-named dining experience or 'Cafe Piccolo' for those with kids in tow. My money would be on 'Silks' as the best local treat for deserving Mothers.

So here's wishing all the Worcester Park Mums a very happy day tomorrow - oh, and should you find yourself treated to a 'Cafe Experience' please do let me know how it goes.

5 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Noble Savage said...

Ugh, I had a rather unfortunate Cafe Experience. The breakfast was rubbish! The beans were cold, the mushrooms were so overcooked and dry that they resembled Yoda and the coffee tasted like it came from a powder packet. If my family takes me there for Mother's Day I'll know that they hate me.

Worcester Park said...

Mmmmmm... Yoda mushrooms. A real delicacy in these parts.

The Brinkster said...

Did I spot the Noble Savage (minus TNC) crossing the road outside Smiths on Friday around 5pm wearing a nifty pink hat and then heading up Central Road?? Do tell ;)

Worcester Park said...

No, that was actually me in the pink hat...


...there was something vey stalker-like about that post, Brinkster. But don't worry, Noble Savage, he's in Arizona at the momnent so you have just under one week to change your identity and leave Worcester Park.

The Brinkster said...

I thought your colour was more cerise?

Heheh! Do you ever get that thing where you see someone and just think "I think I know who that is"???

I'm yet to be proved right or wrong so I can't claim any superpowers until then......

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