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The Cross Word Couple (AKA ‘The Crossword Couple’)

Though never a cross word was uttered between this duo during their visits to the sadly now defunct Chelsea restaurant La Brasserie, their dislike of what they perceived as “loud music” (and other forms of noise) made them retreat to a quiet corner. Known to occasionally ‘share’ a cocktail – though firm believers in “one between two will do” – ‘The Cross Word (or Crossword) Couple’ enjoy puzzles but intensely dislike pointless chit-chat. Cross them at your peril.

 

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4 comments on “The Cross Word Couple (AKA ‘The Crossword Couple’)”

  1. Good God! Them! I recall them moaning when anything more modern than Cliff Richard was played. A true pair of killjoys and about the only thing about La Brasserie I don’t miss.

  2. The 90 year old cafe owner Arthur Woodham was anything but a fan of these two. He cringed whenever they came in on a Saturday and he thought them proper miseries.

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