By day, Operetta sets out its stall as a drop-in café for local office workers and shoppers looking for panini sandwiches, a quick plate of pasta or a slice of pizza to eat in or take away from the self-service counters. This smart, spacious eatery also functions as a casual trattoria serving up a mixed bag of dishes for those wanting something a bit more substantial. In addition to aforementioned items, you can also get assorted antipasti and frittolini (fried delicacies) ranging from garlicky sautéed tiger prawns to risotto balls with bolognese ragù or mozzarella wrapped in Parma ham. Mains might bring sea bass baked ‘al cartoccio’ or beef tagliata, as well as fish and chips, burgers and salads. There are also plenty of gluggable wines to wash it all down, including some big-hitting Barolos.