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Lunch

Whilst in Truro today...

We visited this cafe for the first time...
And loved it!

Lunch is located on one of the many alleys...
This one is called Tonkins Ope!

Upstairs we had the place to ourselves...
And were able to peruse 'Private Eye' & 'National Geographic Green' magazine - which was nice!

Tasty houmous & salad sandwiches...
And the best coffee (& decaf) in town!

Two very happy diners!

Just can't believe we've not ventured in before today...
But we'll definitely be going back!

K&S
xx

Comments

Susan Heather said…
Those sandwiches look great.
The Smiths said…
They were delicious!

K&S :)
Molly said…
I would plan on going back, too, with those sandwiches! Hummus & veggies are perfect on bread. :)
The Smiths said…
Nice place too!

K&S :)

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