50 for a dark chocolate fondant, but we plumped for the knickerbocker glory
(PS7) with two spoons.
Some of the iconic dishes, such as our original quarter pounder and cheese and our famous Knickerbocker Glory
were on the menu in the 1980s and they are still there today, thanks to popular demand.
Later, we all met back at a cafe opposite the car park for the final treat of the day: a knickerbocker glory
served in a tall glass with a cherry on top and a chewing gum ball lurking at the bottom, buried in ice cream and raspberry syrup.
The top floor consisted of the 'Ice Cream Parlour', where Fortnum's signature ice cream, the Knickerbocker Glory
, was served.
But they have all gone, though there are lots of new ones, including Home in Oxton village, while the Wimpy in the town centre still serves a splendid knickerbocker glory
Replacing OBEs and CBEs would be a silver medal, where recipients get a tweet from the Queen, a queue-jumper pass to Alton Towers and knickerbocker glory
from Mark Toney's.
North Wales Whether it was a knickerbocker glory
in the beach-side town of Barmouth or fish and chips on the seafront at Llandudno, Brummies flocked to north Wales in their hundreds every summer.
My second reviewer went for a knickerbocker glory
My wife couldn't resist her favorite tipple of baileys Irish chocolate cream served over ice cream presented in a Knickerbocker glory
Then it's on to an ice cream parlour that inspires her to create a Knickerbocker Glory
It'll be a tough act to follow, unlike the job of the judges, which is to be driven about from cafe to cafe (ie, ice-cream to ice-cream) in the company of some of the most fabulous gals I've ever had the pleasure to share a knickerbocker glory
there were two things I had down in our itinerary that I remembered from my last visit, a knickerbocker glory
at the Ritz Cafe and cycling round the island.