The Anonymous Widower

London’s Garden Station

With the English love of gardening, you’d think that there would be lots of railway and Underground stations in the capital, which celebrate gardens.

But there are only three; Covent Garden, Kew Gardens and Ruislip Gardens.

The first is not really a garden now and who has heard of the last, but everybody has heard of the second.

So as I had heard the station had a pub on the platform, I went to take a look.

I just had a glass of real cider, but unfortunately the pub called the Tap On The Line had one of the most coeliac-unfriendly menus I’ve found in a long time.

The piece de resistance, was that the chips were oven chips, which as any coeliac knows are enhanced with wheat, so are not gluten-free. Even McDonalds manage to make their fries gluten-free!

You would be better off bringing a picnic to eat in Kew Gardens, which is four hundred metres away.

September 12, 2014 - Posted by | Food, World | , ,

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  1. […] Now in the average town or city centre, this choice has got a lot easier in the UK. But like the Tap on the Line, there are still restaurants trying to do good food, who don’t have a […]

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