This is my signature item. And by signature item, I mean I've ordered it twice. But trust me friends, it gets exponentially better each time I try it. (Which would make this past visit twice as good as the time before). (TILTE = a wiz with the numbers)
1/3 lb turkey burger, on a bun, imported swiss, organic mixed greens, sprouts, avocado, and tzatziki sauce. (MmmMmMmM.... your mouth and guts are going to thank me for this, I guarantee it.)
Pros for eating at The Counter: They serve beer. They play great music (Ahem... Duran Duran and Billy Idol. I think I've said enough, AMIRIGHT.) The staff is always friendly. Did I mention you CREATE YOUR OWN BURGER???
Cons for eating at the counter: None.
Here's the story with Pimm's, according to viewlondon.co.uk:
"Nothing beats a glass of Pimms on a summer’s day. The British beverage is almost as much a tradition as the cup of tea, and the British down the gin-based drink by the gallon during the summer months.
History of Pimms
Rewind back to a London oyster bar in the 1840s where owner James Pimm invented the thirst-quencher. Using gin, quinine and a secret mixture of herbs, good old Pimm served up the brew as an aid to digestion, dishing it out in a small tankard and the No. 1 Cup moniker was born. "
(For more info and recipes, go HERE.)
It's the official drink of Wimbeldon. And since people always mistake me for
Pete Sampras Anna Kournikova, it's like it was practically made just for me.
And because no entry would be complete without dessert, Piiiiinkberrrrrrry.
I went with the seasonal mango yogurt, topped with mango and blueberries. :::fresh fruit droooool::: Pinkberry is the best frozen yogurt ever invented, FACT. It's not all fucking milked out like Marble Slab or Cold Stone. (I hate those places.) Instead, it's just the right combination of creamy, but light, and a little sweet/ tart. Plus, it has Live and Active Cultures, as recommended by the National Yogurt Association. See??? My doctors are practically TELLING me to eat it.
That's it for now. I will leave you with a parting gift: Bike Cozy, anyone??