Great places for a quick bite

EDITOR – Well said about the Tea Cosy café (Rasen Mail, August 15).

I have recently had the 
occasion to eat at the heritage centre on Plough Hill and the Settlement in the square, both fulfilling a particular need at that time.

Excellent coffee and sandwich at Plough Hill and best-quality restaurant food at the Settlement.

However, any self-respecting Englishman or woman needs that brilliant, satisfying feeling a good fry-up or a couple of poached eggs on toast and a good a cup or mug of tea gives you.

The Tea Cosy has this in oodles – cosy, warm and friendly was my immediate impression, and just the place on a Saturday morning.

I shall go again without a doubt, as I shall to our other town eateries.

For good measure, if you fancy a stroll or short ride to the Queens Head at Kelsey Moor, they do a fantastic steak and a mean treacle sponge and custard for pudding.

Great value for money at all these places.

How I envy paid food critics.

(Editor, I am available!)

Robert Chapman