It was the way the cool girls at school signed off on the heavily folded notes that were surreptitiously passed around the class.
SWALK, or sealed with a loving kiss, was on the back and the recipient's name on the front. Sometimes is was all about a lovers tryst but often it was just a request to borrow someone's home work. I wonder if they still pass notes around today or is it much easier just to text or message?
It's a great name for a coffee shop located right next door to a Post Office. Of course it's just around the corner from that other Ascot institution, Victor Scott and the very fabulous cafe/cakeshop/deli Vanilla Pod.
The menu is low key with simple, but well flavoured wraps and toast but includes a wide selection of smoothies and cold press juices. I'd suggest that you don't try the one with chilli in it unless you really like chilli. It was a bit hot for me.
Owner Chloe Tunnicliff has a strong local following and, according to my companion Montyandme2, the place is often packed out with people enjoying the Two Seasons coffee even though it only opened in October 2015.
Seating is rather limited inside the bright and sunny cafe but there's a little more available outside and on the street.
Ed+bK Rating 3.5/5 stars
Best tip: This place will fill up quickly so you may have to settle for a takeaway.
Bottom line: Breakfast wrap costs $9.
Disclaimer: Ed+bK paid for her meal.