It was a nice place. You could order from the card but they had a nice buffet with all the typical brunch things. Maren topped everything off with a croscant dipped in nutella (hazelnut chocolate spread).
The tiny kitchen. I love Maren's sense of nostalgia. I remember several items from my parents and grandparents (her great-grandparents).
And of course IKEA.
Maren is a lot of fun to be with.
And then we headed to the little town Bork. Ute and I picked Gisela up to enjoy some coffee and cake somewhere. Gisela is famous for her baking but we didn't want her to go through any trouble and insisted. Here I am with her and her husband Gerhard.
'Blaudruckerei Luedinghausen'. (block printing on fabric) ... and later we visited the shop in town too.
It was very nicely decorated with the blue and white fabric everywhere and lovely stitched cloths.
Ute had a waffle with fresh strawberries.
I felt like something hearty so I had a typical for the area sausage
... which came with a salad.
Gisela had torte.
Linen with lace and here a tiny block print.