I hadn’t been to Roggen Meyer since my bad experience there in April, when I was served by a waitress who was not interested in the products.
I looked for a baguette but there were none on display, so I asked a shop worker and she checked for me. She politely asked me to wait a few minutes because some more baguettes had nearly finished baking.
And sure enough I saw the oven open and a lot of fresh baguettes on a tray. The shop worker picked up a baguette with some tongs, let it cool a little, and slipped it straight into a long bag. Then she took it to the cashier.
To my surprise the cashier was one of my students. She spoke to me in very good English and at 4.03pm I had the baguette. Roggen Meyer’s service is much better now.
I went straight to the platform to catch my train at 4.06, and I arrived at my station at 4.10, and got home at 4.17
At 4.20 I was eating the baguette, about 20 minutes after it came out of the oven!