A swift trip was made to The Face Shop, whose staff once again boasted great service given the consideration that it was a weekend morning, followed by a leisurely munching session at JOEY.
Our orders came out much quicker than anticipated, which is always a bonus for customers having just engaged in strenuous retail therapy.
Based on personal preference, the greens would have tasted exceptionally fresher without the overdose; alternatively, the dressing could have been placed on the side of the dish to provide customers with the freedom to adjust to their desired level.
The insides were composed of thin strips of battered Baja fish, which bore a strong resemblance to skinny pieces of haddock used to create fish 'n' chips, pieces of small battered shrimp, shredded lettuce (that looked a few days old), minute chunks of diced tomato, and a few teaspoons worth of guacamole.
They were executed pretty well for tacos, though I'm not exactly the biggest seafood fanatic out there, and could have easily done without the shrimp. The Baja Fish Tacos were great in terms of taste, but was once again deficient of that certain pizzazz separating it from similar creations at other restaurants. This particular trio was definitely worthy of being re-ordered, but if given the choice, I would probably go forThe Wilcox's inventive version instead.
Frankly, I'm curious to observe the improvements they might develop over the course of time, if any.
At this point, I would like to bring to light that Woofles & Cream takes (food court) customer service to the next level. During the less chaotic periods of the day, customers' orders will actually be delivered to their spot in the food court! As someone who is more familiar with written names than faces, I find matching customers' names with orders to be a difficult task in itself - but they were able to remember both of these things in addition to the table at which each party sat.
Mango proved to be a tad sweet, while Blackcurrant retained the traditional flavour of Ribena but was heightened with the addition of fizzy bubbles; both boasted refreshing characteristics and were great to pair with their egg waffles and parfaits.