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Friday 10 October 2008 9.10am
clarks_magic_sack wrote:
I just thought the advertisement over the public lavs was missing an 'i' in the middle...

Apparently, so did someone else. Now stencilled in. Not sure how long its been there - it is quite neatly done, so I almost didn't notice it.
Jac
Friday 10 October 2008 9.12am
Nothing wrong with my last meal there last sat or any other meal i have had there for that matter. It still remains my fav local restaurant.
Saturday 11 October 2008 6.14pm
I think the council are being pretty optimistic expecting anyone to get planning permission, design and build a restaurant on a fairly unpromising site (the disused loos corner of Grange and TBR) for a mere five year lease.It could easily take three years before you even got it open, how much longer to break even much less make any money.

And what is wrong with doing a minimum referb and re-opening it as an actual public toilet of which this area now has so few? If any. I can't think of any.
Sunday 12 October 2008 10.09am
Lovely meal this tuesday at arancia - still drooling over the memory. Staff extremely friendly as well and they open sunday lunch now.

I thought the toilets were closed down because they were completely full of out of control cottagers?
Tuesday 4 November 2008 8.32am
Has the arancia really improved? I was very disappointed with the last 2 meals I had there-for the money. Tend to go to the Tower Bridge Tandori now.
Tuesday 4 November 2008 6.14pm
Definitely a good meal back in October, due a visit soon so will report back again.
Tuesday 4 November 2008 10.44pm
JimG wrote:

I thought the toilets were closed down because they were completely full of out of control cottagers?

OK, So why did the close the women's toilets?
Wednesday 5 November 2008 6.26pm
I guess that the cottagers would have moved to the women's?
Wednesday 5 November 2008 9.55pm
so why didnt they just have it thatched

DJM
Thursday 6 November 2008 1.31pm
What would thatching have accomplished?
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