Lunch at the YMCA is very variable. It can be quite good, and can be pretty awful.
I was on my way to lunch at the Guildford Institute. I looked in the YMCA in case a friend was there. She wasn’t, but I decided to stay and have lunch.
I had a pork chop covered in sauce, with chips, peas and parsnips.
Nothing wrong with the pork chop. I did not though really enjoy it because my mind was on a salad at the Guildford Institute. My main reason for not going, was last week there was nothing left.
I had a yoghurt from a Sussex farm, Turner’s Dairies. It was not very good, and no better than mass produced factory yoghurt.
I decided to pop up to the Guildford Institute and have a sweet and a tea. The lady who usually does the food on a Friday was not there. I was pleased I did not eat there as what was on offer was not very appetising.
I had a tea and a flapjack. Neither was very good.
I made a mistake. I should have had lunch in the Thai restaurant in Jeffries Passage.
There was though an interesting art exhibition, Local Light, which is worth a look at.
I popped in the Guildford Institute Library. Due to the building work taking place (which is wrecking the building), the library is not open until September.