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Stuffed & Broke In Polkerris

It seems that we're making a regular habit of eating out...
Although today was different, as it was kind of my birthday meal with the kidlets.
The destination: Sam's On The Beach - A very nice, upmarket restaurant right on the beach in Polkerris.
Unfortunately, the girls' boyfriends are always busy on Tuesdays - but it's the only day the 5 of us can get together...

It's always great for all the kids to be with us.
Sal lives 30 miles away & now works full-time, so we just meet up whenever we can...

And as usual - there is a lot of silliness, even in nice restaurants!

The view from our table.

The pizzas were huge & one each was too much really...

This is Sal's - Cheese & Red Onion.

Sime, Hugo & I had a Veggie Pizza each...

With a green salad.

Rose had a Veggie Sandwich.

It wasn't long before the laughter started...

Silly conversations, misunderstandings...

And laughing until we're all in tears!

Lovely kids!

Just outside the restaurant...

A quiet overcast day...

And chilly too.

A pretty garden - Sime's just cheeky!

The youngsters racing on ahead as usual!


Oh well, another birthday over & our pockets are a lot lighter.
The food was delicious & filling! 
We'll definitely eat there again - though can't believe how much we've spent today! 
Good job we've got plenty of work!

Bye for now,

Kay :)

Comments

Anonymous said…
Oh my, the food looks delicious. I think you guys have a good time wherever you go. Good for you!!
Karin said…
Looks like a lovely spot. Shame about the weather, but glad the company was cheerful and the food was good to make up for it.

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