All had still been fine when two business partners chatted away at the far end of the seating area. Thing took a turn for the negative when two impossibly loud ladies decided to engage in obnoxious gossip at the neighbouring table; the cackle of the one seated immediately next to me was absolutely ear-rupturing. Her coffee-sipping acquaintance had lowered her voice at the sight of me pulling a stack of papers from my backpack, though the other continued projecting her booming chortles for all in the three-meter radius to hear.
Once a table had been secured and electronics had been plugged into their not-so-conveniently-located outlets, I marched up to the cashier once again. Lunch took the form of a Chicken, Pesto, and Provolone Grilled Cheese. The price tag of $6.50 led me to believe that its portion size would be sufficient enough to last two meals. Unfortunately, this was not the case.
Regardless, the contents of the sandwich were satisfying and flavourful. Smothered between two slices of browned, flaxseed-crusted bread was a decent amount of grilled chicken breast strips, a fitting amount of pesto, and an abundance of melted, stringy cheese.