Michael Shakespeare, Blackheath
A few of us have recommended him on here, e.g.
But unfortunately Michael is now retired.
Unfortunate for us, but I expect happily for Mr Shakespeare!
I'm looking forward to joining him. In retirement, that is.
Look forward without trepidation, Paul. The vicissitudes of COVID notwithstanding, and they seem to be receding into the past, I am finding the time relaxing, fruitful and enjoyable.
He was good. Fortunately, Antoni (Ruschil & Bailly) is just as much to be recommended. Best go there by public transport or bike, as parking can be dodgy.
Thanks for the recommendation of Antoni Rushil, John.
I'm pretty sure their premises are also Antoni's home, and it is fine once you get into the flat, not that different from Michael's. You do need to be able to climb stairs, though, to get there, a storey's worth of stone steps with metal handrail to the front door and and another storey's worth of carpeted stairs once you get inside. The cul de sac (Fairfield Gardens, not Fairfield Road) is the first on the left when you enter Elder Avenue from Topsfield Parade and second on the right when you enter from Weston Park. 35 Fairfield Gardens is a staircase on the left virtually at the end of the cul de sac.
Thanks for the reply, John.
Gordon, as you might have seen in previous posts of mine, I somewhat regret that I did.
I prefered Rob Bray in Charlton - cheap and cheerful.
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