It possible of course that I shall find the Asda cafe' experience hugely disappointing and much less desirable. The interior probably consists of steel-framed formica-topped tables, square of course, with uncomfortable chairs made from similar, functional. I doubt there will be anyone rushing around clearing up and wiping tables as people vacate their tables. I can see it now, all grime and unpleasant smells but what troubles me most is that when I try to sneak a look in as I walk by is that there doesn't appear to be a counter or serving hatch. All I can see it what looks like a procession coffee machines standing like sentries along one side of a seating area.
It goes without saying that the Sally and the " Sterling Express [ i think it's called]" are two totally different worlds and for all their differences I'm sure that I should feel equally out of place either one.
I don't want to walk into that place and look a complete arse, y'know? Having said all that, I feel sure that I've caught a fleeting glimpse of people eating in there. There must be a serving counter, surely. And that's another problem with me, some people, eating. Ugh!
Nowadays, since the bus company changed some of the bus-routes which ultimately affected the timetables I find myself in a situation whereby having rounded off my shopping day at Asda's, I have a short walk to the bus-stop having missed a bus by about ten minutes with something like a forty-five minute wait for the next one. A visit to the Asda cafe' could serve me well and there are public toilets close by. I really must check that place out.