Dinner at Au Cafe Joubert

After a hard day toiling on the land, which Kev will tell you about in a blog post tomorrow we decided to pop along to our local Cafe which is called Joubert, Saturdays are music nights with a set menu which tonight was Chicken tagine and the most stunning tart au Citron, followed by the music which tonight is being provided by a very tanned and sexy double bass player who sings in English, mostly Elvish Presley songs peppered with a bit of Eartha Kit. He was amazing and made his big instrument sound like a full band.
My only note as the decor is already great (recycled heaven) would be to invest in dimmer switches and some candles.


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3 thoughts on “Dinner at Au Cafe Joubert

  1. Yum! (to everything including the singer. Doesn’ he look so much like Antonis?)

  2. David Eaglesham

    Elvish? Trop de vin Phill

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