Dinner at The Keystone

two fish cakes and greenery

two fish cakes and greenery

A wet miserable day all day in Guildford. I would rather not be out, but that evening I was going to The e-book debate at the Electric Theatre, one of the events of the Guildford Book Festival.

The Keystone was only a few minutes walk away, and they serve good food.

But the service is slow, I began to wonder had I made the right choice, should I have come in earlier, when my dinner was served.

Two home-made fish cakes with a little greenery on the plate. It was delicious.

The Keystone gets bad reviews on TripAdvisor. These are fake reviews, trolls who have nothing better to do, and TripAdvisor brings itself into disrepute by not dealing with them.

Mixed bag of people in The Keystone.

The one thing I did not like, the same artwork on the wall as the summer.

Hopefully next year The Keystone will get their act together and put on some events for the Guildford Book Festival, or better still, start a fringe book festival.

As I left I spoke to an attractive female sat at the bar reading a book by Harlan Coben (as I pointed out once you have read one, you have read them all). From what she was reading I suggested she might like A Quiet Belief in Angels by R J Ellory.

Synchronicity: The Keystone has a bookshelf of books to borrow. Thinking about it, I feel sure last time I looked A Quiet Belief in Angels was one of those sitting there.

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