Kerr's Corner

Kerr's Corner is a regular feature in East Antrim and Newtownabbey editions of The Wizard. David Kerr would like to hear your memories of life in your own area. Maybe you'll trigger some thoughts for a future column. kerrscorner@ulsteronline.org.uk

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Delightful Meal Brightens Dreadful Day

Little Sicilly Restauraunt, Glengormley.

ON A WET dismal day in Glengormley, my sister and I sought a nice little spotfor lunch. We decided to go to Little Sicilly, on the Antrim Road at the site of the former Pizza Hut Restaurant.
The sign in the window boasted a two course lunch for £5.50, which was sufficient to tempt us inside!

We were quite surprised to be the only two diners, as the interior is beautifully decorated and spotlessly clean. In the background a CD of classic Italian music was playing. It was hard to believe we were still in Glengormley!

The lunch time menu had a good choice of starters and main course dishes. I chose the Bruschetta to start and my sister chose Chicken Strips with a dip. We both opted for the Pannini as a main course with Mediterranean Vegetables and Goats Cheese.

The meal was beautifully presented and the waiters were friendly and attentive, however as we were the only customers, we would have expected good service!

As my sister was driving, I took the opportunity to enjoy a glass of the house Chardonnay, and we both finished the meal with coffee.

The portion size was just right for lunchtime, and we left feeling a little happier, despite the pouring rain!

I don’t know if this was an off day for Little Sicilly, maybe the weather put people off going out for lunch. I would certainly go back again, and would recommend you give it a try. I hope you enjoy your lunch as much as we did!

Margaret Field

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