Subject: RE: Best and Worst Meals (while traveling)
Hello Fellow Diners:

Our worst meal was in one of those touristy riverside restaurants in Seville to which we were dragged by some British friends. We should have suspected the worst when the bread came in paper sleeves and the butter in wrapped patties. Alas, it was late and we were too tired to know better. My theory is that if the menu is in English (other than in the UK), it has bright lights and a tour bus stops there, then run.

To describe our best meal is a reach for there have been so many great places. For the time being, it had to be the Waterside Inn in Bray, UK. It is operated by the Michel and Marcel Roux and the term superb is bland by comparison.