A sign of thrift.

I’m blessed with living 1-1/2 blocks from a very nice little strip shopping street. You can get (almost) everything you want, including a quite reasonable (IMHO) haircut for $14.

You can also get a fix of grease. The closest shop is a fish and chippery. It has burnt out twice in the last year. They’re not good with cooking oil. It’s just been rebuilt, and opened again last week. Unfortunately, the owners are all -too-obviously feeling the financial pinch and have done all the signwriting themselves. I leave you to marvel at the attractive, mostly hand-lettered-with-a-wall-paintbrush street sign and a furtively snapped shot of the menu board…. (I’ve obscured the phone number for obvious reasons!)

The menu is in dayglo yellow on white using badly applied stick-on lettering. It’s damn hard to read.


2 Responses to “A sign of thrift.”

  1. 1 sxKitten September 29, 2007 at 3:51 am

    I would think being good with cooking oil would be sort of a prerequisite for going into the deep-frying business. But what do I know?

  1. 1 Balls and Walnuts - more than you ever wanted to know » Thirteen Ephemeral Thoughts Trackback on September 28, 2007 at 3:13 pm

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