Quantum mechanics (QM) is the part of physics that tells how the things that make up atoms work. Quantum mechanics helps make sense of the smallest things in nature like protons, neutrons and electrons which behave very strangely at these Sunni corn levels.
The layman can experience the beauty and mystery of QM at the Pomeroy for £5.95 when you order the Apple and Blackberry Crumble. Yes, we all know what a crumble looks like so be prepared for the Pomeroy Crumble... It arrived on a fancy board and consisted of two novelty saucepans. These aesthetics are designed to distract you from the microscopic nature of the crumble and the accompanying custard. Localisation of this subatomic dessert as predicted by QM proved to be almost impossible even using even the finest electron or x-Ray microscopy. Determination of its probable location in space and time was best achieved by interacting with it using suitable apparatus - a fork. Please see figure above. Insertion of the fork onto the quantum crumble allowed us to measure the depth which we estimated to be 2-3mm +/- 1mm. The probable volume = πr2h at 30mls +/- 5mls. Quantum tunnelling of the crumble through the walls of saucepan made more precise measurements impossible due to uncertainty principle. Remember, this is a not a limitation of our apparatus but there is only so much we can ultimately know about the size and location of such small entities in the universe. Like all quantum particles it was not around for long and average time to evacuate the saucepan in the final course was about 10 nanoseconds.
Jokes aside, order the fish finger sandwich costing £8.95 and underneath the two catering supplied artificial tasting baps and you're presented with what look like rather generous fish finger but on cutting into it there are small slithers of cod, a fraction of what you'd find in a supermarket fish finger, encased in a bloated air-filled batter.
The young waitresses couldn't be more miserable if they tried especially the tall one and the one with reddish hair. Apathy, disinterest and no matter how polite and smiley one could be, there was zero chance of drawing so much as flicker from the flat facial affect. It felt like they were doing you a favour when you asked to move a table a few inches. If you don't want to be there and are irritated by customers then it's time to look for a new job.
A young male waiter was very helpful and demonstrated the attitude and warmth required and cherished. A breath of fresh air and will go far with that solid work ethic.
The tactics of presenting minuscule paediatric amounts of food in fancy containers or disguised as looking more generous than it really is both shameful and a disgusting in this day and age. This is far from Michelin star food using the finest ingredients but they steal and misuse the technique to flog and disguise pitiful portions of mediocre cooking.
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