The Anonymous Widower

Lunch In Chemnitz

It is probably interesting to compare my lunch in the Ratskeller in Chemnitz with the scraps I scrounged in Middlesbrough a few months ago, on a day when Ipswich lost and the trains screwed me up rotten.

I only had a tuna salad.

I’ve tasted worse, but it lacked a certain tastiness, although it was very unlikely to do me any harm.

At least the menu indicated gluten, which is very difficult to detect in many places in the UK. The German system of a series of letters and numbers would be welcomed here.

June 14, 2015 - Posted by | Food, Transport | ,

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