Time Out says
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Now with a flagship branch on Piccadilly, Napket (strapline: ‘snob food’) seems to have surrounded Mayfair in a carefully planned battle manoeuvre, but it has also launched a sortie in the City. The food, almost traiteur-style when the first branch opened in Chelsea, has been redesigned to suit takeaway-style containers, yet the quality has generally remained high. Tall tubs contain salads based on pasta, quinoa, rice and puy lentils. Indian chicken needed a good stir thanks to all the rocket on top, but the flavour was great and the rice firm. In addition to coffees and teas, a drinks counter offers juice combos with healthy boosters. Napket’s cakes and sugary muffins have tended to disappoint us, but the black-and-gold designer bags for take-outs have an undeniable cachet.