The biggest spoons in the world.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q4tl0f ... sp=sharing
My Ridgeback expedition on the glorious sun terrace looking straight out to sea.
No special spoons provided bike parking as such but they were perfectly relaxed about me carrying my bike up there. On one visit a nice person on the door downstairs offered to let me bring the bike inside but I didn't think this right so didn't.
Another view of the wondrous terrace:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1inVuAy ... sp=sharing
and of the sea view:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RWvvsr ... sp=sharing
Downstairs at the back you can sit with your bike pretty much on the beach. There may be smokers there of course.
This spoons is also particularly good for touring cyclists due to the multiplicity of power and USB charging points. Most spoons are very easy going about you using their sockets but this new one has been designed with many of the tables having their OWN power and USB sockets.
I well remember sitting outside this building on a group ride about five years ago. It was a greying semi derelict hulk.
A piece on it by the esteemed deserter.
Caution for the nervous upthread - includes a pic of and meeting with the boss. Also includes a pic of the view from some of the interior tables downstairs where you can look through glass (handy if it's a bit nippy) straight onto the beach while drinking fine beer, twiddling on the free wifi, recharging your stuff.https://deserter.co.uk/2017/09/the-bigg ... the-world/
Ramsgate is an interesting place - once very fashionable - it's also on the wonderful Viking cycle trail.
The other wonder of Ramsgate, apart from the spoons, is Pugin's own church - a short traffic free pedal away.https://www.bing.com/images/search?view ... ajaxhist=0
(I'm an atheist by the way).
will try to embed images later.