Posted by sean on March 10, 2011 at 9:15 pm in Life In Bath, TBA with No Comments

More tea/coffee shops – but more problems

As a regular Bathonian who partakes of light refreshment, I would comment that more and more tea and coffee houses are opening up.

Unfortunately for older people some of these now require their customers to mount steep stairs whereas those establishments at lower levels often serve coffee in what seems to be buckets (mainly used by younger people and those who like to walk about with plastic beakers).

In one particular establishment after two flights of stairs and surrounded by blue walls lacking ambience, the service was provided by young girls. They were dressed in what appeared to be traditional dress from the front – but was more like hospital gowns from the rear showing lots of leg and short skirts.

With the prices being charged surely it would cost little to get the dresses right?

Gotta love the letters page in the Bath Chronicle.

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