Master McGrath Dog Food..... I bet you have a lot of people who had eaten an "Indian" in that joint scratching their heads now
A liitle off topic I know, but do you remember some of the first restuarants that stayed open late in Belfast ?
The ones that I recall are the Moka in North Street, the Venice Cafe at Carlisle Circus, it was a famous "pit stop" for showbands, Kens Cafe at the Bridge end, lets face it Belfast was not geared up for late night dining in those days lolll
And finally if you needed petrol late at night it was like looking for water in the sahara desert =)))
The only two filling stations that remained open all night in those days were Harry Fergusons in Authur Street and another filling station in Oxford Street , just about where the Waterfront Hall is built.
And it was strictly petrol only, there were no shops attached to garages in those days, gosh when you think back, between those famous "Belfast Sundays" where everything was closed and the severe lack of late night services we were far behind the times in Belfast.
The " Corsica" address,with my animal cunning instinct having kicked in ,begs caution!! I sure don't want a horse's head on my pillow in the morning!!
"Ulster Canadian" has already taken me out by the root for wandering off "thread" but his heart is,I assure you,in the right place!
Corsica!! How come? Were you in the "Legion?" My wee lad,"Our wee Willie", was for ages threatening us with joining the "Legion". Whatever! Your post has opened a new avenue,as recently,I have become aware,that Australia and Canada ,were,in the main,the places of choice for the ex-pats.
Send a PM,if you so desire and who knows!!??