I popped into Digby's for the first time about three weeks ago. From talking with colleagues at work I was under the impression that it was simply another new 'western import' grocery store. It is so much more than that. I bought 6 Thai Green Curry and 6 Spicy Italian sausages and some miscellaneous organic fruit and veg. Those sausages were possibly the best I've had in nearly a decade living in Asia. Yes, the grocery section is pretty great - stocking amongst other things Bickfords Ginger Beer Cordial and a wide variety of organic treats (including lots of kids' snacks) - but it's the food and the deli that will keep me going back. I've been back twice now to eat-in, both times with the family. Just today I was in town with my nearly 5 year old son and when I asked him if he was hungry he told me that he wanted to go back to the restaurant with the "cheesy pasta" (the ham and cheese penne). My only disappointment so far is that today they were out of the apple crumble that I've been wanting to try. If I could make just one suggestion to management it would be this, please invest in some quality highchairs. While we have our own travel high chair, it means that we have to plan to visit your restaurant; we can't just go there spontaneously when we find ourselves in the neighbourhood. I'm giving Digby's a 'cost per person' of $$$ because it is not cheap but it is well worth it.
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