Hello, Editor Des here. Well today I went to my favourite restaurant in the whole of the Blue Mountains. I took along my camera to show you what it’s like;
Do you know what? It’s in an old church, so I think it might be specially blessed. I don’t know who the lady is, but she certainly has her hands full.
There are two soldiers guarding the entrance doors, but I found them quite friendly.
Well, before you can eat lollies and gingerbread and stuff you have to have a proper lunch, which is not so good. However, mine was a bit like a picnic, so I really liked it. My guardian Pauline Conolly said I should have ordered wholemeal bread, but I ignored her. There is a limit to this healthy food nonsense, don’t you think?
If you look high up in the old church windows you might be lucky enough to spot a mother rabbit and her baby. And when you have eaten all your ham and cheese you can have a very special puddingy drink. Mine was called a Hansel, and it made me float on air, mate!
There are so many yummy things here, not just gingerbread. I might buy my girlfriend Milly a Gingerbread House kit for Christmas, then I could eat it, hahaha.
A whole wall of lollies to gladden the heart.
See those packets of ‘Fads’ in the photo below ? Pauline said when she was little they were called something else and they are a type of cigarette. OK, I’ll take a few of those then.
So dear people, my final word is;
Oh, nearly forgot to show you the Gingerbread Men. Two had escaped and were wandering around Katoomba. It’s a wonder someone didn’t eat their sugary heads, or their sweet legs.
GOODBYE FROM YOUR DEAR FRIEND AND RESTAURANT CRITIC, EDITOR DES. XXXX
PS: Here is the website for the Gingerbread House. Tell them the famous…ish Editor Des sent you.