The world is dark, and the air laced with frost.
An extended arm reaches for the alarm, which vibrates and rings.
The blanket is removed, and all ease is lost.
Lurking around the corner is none other than your internal clock's worst nightmare: Daylight Savings.
- New shoes to prevent ankle-rolling;
- Grocery shopping for seasonal produce; and
- Limited edition craft brews
The patio had closed for the season, and reasonably so given the declining temperatures of late.
The decor was characterized by vivid lime green walls, a ceiling of royal purple, plentiful wooden furnishings, and an abundance of natural lighting. The square-shaped skyroof above the dining area was another wonderful addition. Spacing between tables was as generous as could be, removing potential concerns for claustrophobic tendencies.
The rest of the team took to Pad Thai plates with sides of spring rolls and mango salad, all of which garnered unanimous praise.
On the bright side, the Coconut Rice was likely the most flavourful platter I've tasted. The moistness was unexpected - just like the tiny fly I uncovered after a few spoonfuls.
For the most part, it had been an uneventful afternoon for the eatery. A maximum of five parties graced the floor over the duration of our stay, all of which were handled effortlessly by a single waitress. Meals were also delivered at ridiculously rapid rates.