Salon de thé à Narbonne

“So long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all the questions for the time being.”  –  Franz Kafka

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.   –  J.R.R. Tolkien

“Too many people just eat to consume calories. Try dining for a change.”  –  John Walters

 

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Salon de thé à Narbonne

The tourists

Have arrived

Les cafés with shade

Draw the largest crowd

Salade Garesh

Poulet au curry

Mango – yaourt (yogurt)

Cucumber sauce

Trois tables

Occupied by the

French

Close by

English and

Dutch

Tongues flutter

Le menu ten euros

Tarte sallée

Ou  Salade Garesh

Verre de vin

Café

You finally comprehend

A shorter lunch

Would be barbaric

Bisous,

Léa

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About Léa

A wanderer who has found home in the South of France.
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12 Responses to Salon de thé à Narbonne

  1. Very good! I love this one, you’ve captured a mood really well!

    Mindful eating! The British are rubbish at it! Lol

    I particularly love the last quote.

    The menu sounds delicious,!

    Love

    Christine

    Xxx

  2. Good food equals contentment, cheers and songs…then we would have less wars too, I believe. Thanks for the nice poem and the quotes, Leah.

  3. Dont think I want to catch up!! 😃

    Xxxx

  4. A much better place for you! 😊 Xxxx

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