I have been in the Chapel Street Hooked for a few times now, and so coming back to the Brunswick Street store was a bit disorientating- I'd forgotten where everything was and what I had to do to open the restaurant. Deano thought it was very funny that I checked the only order that had come up was definitely for the only table there, but it shows that I should double check as he had already put up 3 of the 4 meals to come out together, so I assumed the next meal was to go to their table (because he hadn't put the docket up) but it was for a separate table. He left at 3 and told me I had to stay as the new kitchen hand didn't know how to use the till, but never actually told us what to do if a customer came in so that when a lady ordered a fish burrito, she was sat waiting for a while. I was looking up his number but then the accountant came in and said Deano was in a meeting upstairs- if he had told us that in the first place we could have got him down sooner!
I finished with enough time to go home first before Sienna later, but wanted to claim a free coffee from a new cafe, although it was closed by the time I got there, so went to 'Coca Cubano'- a cafe I had walked past when we were living at College Lawn and wanted to try out as it has comfy looking chairs and plays Cuban music. I read my Freud book (which was a bit hard to understand when there was lively music going on in the background) in a not quite as comfy chair as the ones out front since they were all taken, but it was a good cafe experience nonetheless.
Me, Chana (pronounced Hannah, and is from Leeds) and Julia went to La La Land, which has loads of sofas to relax on, where we saw Brendan, the bar man from Blue Bar, who I shared a jug of sangria with.