On an unassuming street in Marylebone, this attractively designed café makes a pleasant spot for a cup of coffee and a sandwich. Decked out in green Farrow & Ball-esque hues with attractive loaves on display behind the marble-topped counter, plenty of thought has gone in to the look here. The food is also well-considered. The sourdough bread in a beef, watercress and horseradish sandwich was soft and moreish with a chewy crust, while the filling packed just the right amount of punch. Dried fig, green bean and goat’s cheese salad was also sound, though eating out of plastic containers if you’re not on the go isn’t the nicest experience. Sweet toothed gluten-avoiders were also served well on our visit with three wheat-free cakes on offer.