Wednesday is street food day in Winchester.
Excellent cappuccino off Jimmy Bean, but then I expect nothing less. I also had lunch, mozzarella cheese and tomato in bread hotted up in an oven, which was excellent. For dessert ginger shortbread, which was also excellent. Jimmy Bean, one of the few places in Winchester to get not only decent coffee, but also something decent to eat.
Afternoon wandering around Winchester, bus to Alton Station.
Bus arrives at Alton Station as train leaves. Either pop into Waitrose (I did not need anything) or find somewhere to eat. I decided on O’Connor’s Secret Garden.
I alighted at one end of Alton and walked through Alton. Peter was surprised to see me, as not Saturday. I could have had gammon, but decided upon pork medallions with vegetables and colcannon potatoes. It was excellent, but then I expect no less in O’Connor’s Secret Garden.
He asked what would I like to drink. I said tea, meaning the beer. I was served tea. Easy enough mistake to make.
I did not think I would make the train, stayed for crumble. Not up to the standard of the main course, crumble should be crunchy.
I washed it down with tea.
I made the train with a couple of minutes to spare.