There's a delicious liberty that comes with accepting the choices you make, come what may. Nothing is ever "black" and "white", most of life is one or other slushy shade of grey. People find comfort in the idea nonetheless.
Lawyers, virtuality reality glasses inventors, a yummy mummy-to-be with her mum, friends; there's room here for anyone that wants something light in an inviting little space; American hospitality in luxe.
You will not burn a hole in your pocket to eat well here and you shan't wait long either. But eat well you shall. That is the Italian way. I've not taken photographs of the venue this time because it's a place to be enjoyed in the flesh, first and foremost.
You might think that an eaterie that makes carbohydrates - specifically bread - the centrepiece, would be an unpopular no-go given the free from, health-conscious trend of late, but this bun connoisseur's was a hive of activity and now I know why.
Here are five things I've learned since I started speaking my mind in the world of work
This is a quote that used to be stuck on the white, cuboid PC desktop on our desk in the front room...