Aylesbury - Rhona and Brian Review
Having had a busy and tiring day working at the St George's Festival - I was a stilt-walking Arthurian Knight and Rhona was a medieval Lady teaching Circus Skills - we decided that there was nothing to beat having a Nandos to round off a lovely day. We were not disappointed. The Nandos was very close to where we were working, right next to the car park in which we had parked for our stay. It is in a modern building which includes some lesser eateries and a cinema. The staff were happy and enthusiastic even though it was getting towards the end of the day. The food was as we expected it to be, so something that we could rely on after a day of being jolly in the bright, hot sunshine.
The restaurant is a long thin 'shop' which is bigger than the outside would suggest, quite spacious in fact. There is an upper floor which we didn't investigate due to Rhona being a wheelchair user.
Down the passageway opposite the restaurant there is a most magnificent 3d artwork - the word 'statue' would not do it justice - dedicated to David Bowie. It has a full size figure of him late in his life looking at himself in his Ziggy days, while behind the two figures is a montage of his face at each stage of his career. Almost worth visiting Aylesbury to see that! Certainly if eating at the Nandos, you really must go the 50 yards to see it under the arched gateway.