Mai Thai Corpse Bride

You may remember Hobbs Pavilion. It was good, then it wasn’t.

Now it’s different. It’s “Mai Thai at Hobbs Pavilion“. Because Cambridge can’t have enough Thai restaurants, apparently. We went there last night.

Very pleasant, although I wasn’t a huge fan of the wine (didn’t stop me drinking it). Louise and Melanie were given (real!) orchids on the way out, I suspect because we were good tippers.

Avaragado’s rating: four carrots in the shape of three flowers.

We ate relatively early to have time to trundle across the road to the Picturehouse for a 9pm showing of Corpse Bride. Once you got over the realisation that it was Paul Whitehouse doing a softer version of his “old git” voice (not the “‘I’m afraid I was very, very drunk” one) in a Hollywood film, albeit a Tim Burton film, it was very enjoyable. We liked the tribute to Ray Harryhausen.

Avaragado’s rating: 100g of self-raising flour.

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