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20 September 2006

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did he like the surprise?

we miss you, come back soon!

What an awesome suprise! I'm a big fan of the crazy and stupendous. Good on ya!

Eat at Cafe Fish! Too bad the food's not as good as the sign :-)

Mr fish,

hmmm can you give me an area? an address? I was already given a fish resto but of course if I am walking around I love to know what's in the area.

the other mr. fish.

Shuna,
You sound so happy to be in London! It is my favorite city (I think). Go to Brick Lane in East London and have a curry at one of the dozens of curry houses there. I've never been to an Indian restaurant in America that does it like they do. Cheers!

What a wonderful idea!! Happy travels. Enjoy your trip.

Oh, a good afternoon for me in SoHo is spent on Greek and Frith streets-something savory at Bar Italia, something sweet at Maison Berteaux, and maybe a pint or a ribena and soda at 3 Greyhounds.

I spent a summer near Brick Lane (Whitechapel) and very much enjoyed the Bangladeshi food there. I became obsessed with the Lahore Kebab House which is a bit more out of the way-but well worth it. It's 2 Umberston Street, E1 1PY. It's in Zagat's and you can pinpint the location in "London A to 'zed'" as they would say.

I do think Monmouth coffee is quite special-you can find it in Covent Garden and also at Borough Market which I imagine you will hit if given the chance. Would love to see those photos!

http://www.monmouthcoffee.co.uk/ourshops.htm

Not sure if it's you're into nose to tail eating, but there is Fergus Henderson's St. John restaurant: http://www.stjohnrestaurant.co.uk/

You might like this blog if you haven't seen: http://ripelondon.typepad.com/ripelondon/essential_borough_market/index.html

Whatever you end up doing, we'll love reading about it and poring over your pictures. Enjoy, enjoy!

So, who cried more? Or perhaps he didn't recognize you, disguised as you are now:-)

I hope you are having a stupendous time. I can't wait for the stories!

....
just
for
the
record-
i
cried
more.
thank
you
for
a
spactacular
surprise
and
a
life
changing
day.
with
love
always,
gerry
....

"freshly made pate a choux doughnuts"

ahhhh, so now I see!

Gerry,

Please take care of Shuna for me while she's away. I know for sure London is a wondferful place for carnivores. Make sure she gets her daily intake of salumi, duck confit and anything else that looks good at that very moment.

xo

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