lovely. generous portions. nice crunchy chips. everything has its place, nothing on top of anything else.
don't forget the sauce.
oops. the playmobil man's had a heart attack. sky 2 is an old favourite since we live round the corner. there's a lot going on. it's a proper no-frills, small/family business cafe.
the 'condiment cluster' is always a sign of a good cafe. is everything there? is it arranged in a way that makes sense? this is a classic format.
a good cafe also has arbritary and pointless rules. what does 'set menu can not be changed' actually mean? and a good cafe always makes fullsome use of clip art.
look, out of the window, a nice moment for a cafe, some poor devil who's broken down.
this is one of the little details i like about this place. it's called sky 2, it says so outside. because the same people also own the sky cafe at the other end of the same street, 2 minutes walk south. i presume it was called the hanson cafe before they took it over. because they're still got a lot of hanson menus and they wear a combination of hanson and sky branded t-shirts. it's a great place, lovely people.
And here's 10 minutes of audio recorded one tuesday morning in sky 2