Does anyone know what the deal is with Enni's Cafe on Waterloo Road, near to Fishcotheque? It doesn't look bad from the outside.... it's quite creatively decorated, posters all over the place, with plenty of friendly yet grammatically unorthodox signs in the windows, but I have never seen anyone in there apart from a couple of lost-looking tourists once. I walk by most days, so I'm starting to wonder why it's so unloved. Anybody ever been?
My partner went there once for breakfast and he was convinces they were aliens , which is a tad unfair. They have an 'unorthodox' approach to signage and need some business advice. Like get a proper sign writer with a grasp of English and Grammar. I do feel for them as it looks like its a couple running it and my heart bleed for them as another day goes by and no one is ever in there.
We should start a save Enni's cafe suggestion box?
This place has always been a mystery to me. Some time ago it closed down with a repossession notice on the door, then re-opened after being refurbished to look exactly the same.
Also, does anyone know what it is they advertise on the window, Enis's SOS? Supposedly some miracle concoction! Waiting for a bus there I once looked in the window and in the chiller cabinet were several jars of different shapes and sizes, some empty and some containing what looked a bit like dried herbs with crazy prices on them, like £75! A very strange place. Also seems to have a serving window in the street down the side.