How to starve at lunchtime
Before you join a line-up for a meal at lunchtime, check the windows of the restaurant.
This place has a notice that says “We are Hiring”.
What you don’t want to do I stand at the end of the line for twenty minutes assuming that the food must be terribly popular, and then discover that you are effectively waiting for a quick job interview.
When I returned from Poissy last year, I missed the cafes so much that I started to look for similar establishments in Toronto.
This is the view from my second find, “Café M” on the west side of Yonge street just north of Wellesley.
The doorway is funnel-shaped, and so the seats in the window area let you look up and down Yonge Street at an angle.
The sign with “FREE” isn’t about WiFi – although they have that – it’s about Free Coffee if you buy enough.