He may possess all the cool and collect of his idol, but Alan Adamson was a little shook up when GG suggested we try out Eleven Deli for our cheap and cheerful lunch this week.
And the reason Elvis wasn’t so sure about the town’s sunny new deli is, well, “it’s a little bit posh, isn’t it…?”.
Man, it’s like the lad has never been in Greystones before. In truth, Elvis – Alan prefers to go by his stage name – is now a regular fixture in the town, having migrated from Bray to Newtownmountkennedy before finding his spiritual home in Greystones.
“There’s always something going on in Greystones,” he says. “And people always stop and say hello, and get their picture taken. I love that. Makes me feel real famous.
“Which, of course, I am.”
Indeed. The man just rocked the bejiggers out of The Whale – incredibly, his stage debut, after forty years dressing as The King – and now he’s giving our restaurants and cafés the once-over. Having licked his lips in delight after a Ham & Cheese Toastie at Café Gray last week, Elvis kept it down home and simple again at the Eleven Deli, optioning for the Sausage & Bacon Breakfast Bap. Throw in two cappuccinos, and we’ve still got €5 to spare from our €20 limit. Nice!
But, as always, the big question is, does the Eleven Deli deliver a lunch fit for The King…?
You can grab some more lunches with Elvis right here. You can find out more about Greystones’ groovy Eleven Deli righthere.
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