[Hereford} Cathedral Cafe

We’d gone to the cathedral to see the Mappa Mundi. Dating to about 1300, it’s the oldest surviving map of the world, as then known. And not just of geographical significance but, placing Jerusalem at the centre, of religious significance as well. The cafe is located just outside the room where the map is located and explained. It was lunchtime so, having fed the soul, it was time to feed the body. No hot food but a variety of “stuff with salads”. So that was a ham, pea and feta frittata and a cherry tomato and black olive quiche. Both very tasty and served with spoonfuls of each of the salads – mixed leaves, grated celeriac, cucumber, pasta, tomato and cous cous.


My kind of lunch! :heart:

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