First of all, I have some BIG news. This is the last post through WordPress. As of tomorrow, October 18th, all of my blogging with be through my personal .com.
And yes. This also means that my new website is finally READY! I’m moving everything to http://www.emmagrager.com so that you can keep up with my music and me in the same place.
Third and final announcement: MY EP, BRIGHT WAS THE NIGHT, IS READY. NOVEMBER 18TH, 2013. PURCHASE IT THROUGH MELLODI. (I’ll explain what theMellodi.com is at a later date:)
Moving on to Thai food. Oh my yum. A while back, we attempted a London adventure through what was supposed to be a decent little market on the south side of town. Unfortunately, the market was less than marvellous and, naturally, with most of the nearby restaurants being closed, we were more than snackish. Luckily, we happened upon a tiny Thai restaurant. It would definitely lead the pack in terms of qualifying as a hole-in-the-wall kind of place.
The same lady who sat us at a table came back a few minutes later to take our orders. Then she dashed behind a curtain near our table and began to stir-fry up a storm. She returned surprisingly quickly with steaming hot plates of delicious green curry. And when we were done, she rang up our bills at the front counter. Serious one-woman-show going on here.
We were impressed with the unicorn of restaurant combos: the quality of the food, the speediness of order delivery, and the low totals for each meal.
I won’t lie to you, though. I can’t even really properly suggest this place because I do not remember the name. It’s not on any receipts or in any photographs. But if you can get yourself to Cubana, and then go up the little street to your right and look on the right hand side for a tiny place with a Thai menu next to the door, you are in luck.
Love and goodbye-to-Wordpress,