St Joseph’s Tearoom, Whitwick, January 2017

It’s another short and sweet post covering a short and sweet visit. Just like the first time we came here, we had been out walking around our Charnwood Letterbox trail. Today we were doing the walk in sections, and drove here after completing the first section, just in time for lunch.

No need for a boring fizzy drink here. A traditional Italian version of Orangina, Aranciata from Paoletti Bibite. You don’t see that very often. And by that I mean ever. Because it’s the first time I’ve encountered it…

A quick and simple lunch, ham and cheese toastie with a salad garnish. No frills, no messing about. Tangy cheese and tasty ham melted together into warm goodness.

A quick and simple lunch and we were soon off and on our way. St Joseph’s is a lovely little place.

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