Friday French Lunch

Went to La Crêperie for lunch today for breton galettes (thin buckwheat pancakes with various toppings). It’s right around the corner from work: G/F, 69 Jervois St., Sheung Wan.

Look, Rico came with us! (And he let me photograph his lunch.) I learned the phrase, “sek TSI la-lay” which is not at all polite, so don’t do ’round saying it. It is apparently hilarious, though. Um… speaking of Rico, doesn’t he look cozy with Kat?? Hm…

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(me, Elaine, Eunice, Chip, Tena, Kat and Rico.)

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3 thoughts on “Friday French Lunch

    • I hear all sorts of English-speaking accents as I’m walking around but I can’t tell exactly where they’re from. A lot of the British accents are from people like my boss, Charles: British accent, but has always lived here in HK. Also Simon is a white guy, has a distinct British accent but is from Goa, India. The other day this totally American (or Canadian) black guy approached me and kinda laughed, “Aw sorry, I thought you were someone else.”

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