I use the guy opposite Nando's. Nice bloke, no complaints from me. But then I tend to wonder what could possibly go wrong. (Cue horror stories).
See - I told you all ...
To add some confusion, I am actually not particularly happy with Snowwhite. They just never seem to be able to get the lapels of suit jackets right if they are the three-buttons kind. I've commented on this on another thread and it has happened again since then. I appreciate it's a very friendly and clean place but I am tired of discovering at home my jackets have been turned into sixties-style mini-collar jackets.
I'll probably take my suits into the CIty in the future. While it's not as good value there at least they have an idea of what they should look like. Oh, and trying to explain doesn't help because you're usually outnumbered.
Has anyone tried the one next to the Black Sea BBQ?
@Actionverb - are you American, or do you actually get your pants dry cleaned?
Arky - you beat me to the same question
Hehehe was gonna ask that as well!
The world demands an answer.
The place opposite Nandos once dry cleaned 3 suits at the same time and I packed one for a business trip only for them to have paired the wrong jacket and trousers together. I made it into a funny story to tell clients at the start of meetings, but I felt like a bit of a twat.
I now go to Quality Dry Cleaners on Blackstock Road - they guy who owns the place is mega friendly and the cleaning is top notch. I go on Saturdays and stop in at Good for Food for a salad on the way back.
@JFJ - that's being pernickety and well you know it. In the UK vernacular, we say pants. And pants refers to underpants, which was only ever used as a word when you were under 10 years old. Pants NEVER refers to trousers.
The fellas on the Londis parade of Ferme Park Rd do a good dry clean.
I've lived for 34 years in this country and no one has ever used pants to refer to trousers in my presence. Not even my Yorkshire mum.
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