I've been to Zippy's a few times, taken pictures a few times, but never gotten round to writing it up. Not sure why not, because it's a splendid place. A vibe of 70s burger bar overlaid with traditional cafe and community centre. Lots of regulars. Good atmosphere.
Good, thick, meaty tea. Tea you could build an economy on.
Unusually for me these pictures are from a couple of different perspectives, because they're from a couple of different visits. Normally I just shoot whatever I can from wherever I'm sitting, but this time you get more of a look round. Lucky you. This is perspective A.
This is still me in Perspective A, but shifting a bit round in my seat. You can see all the lovely worn, red, leatherish seating. With those deep curves and depressions from decades of bottom shuffling.
And now, from perspective B, we see the full range of mouth-watering promotional posters from the good people at Star Burger.
Tea pots lined up like a panzer division cresting the horizon.
This seems to capture the mood of the place somehow. Reflective. Calm. Good.