If you’re looking for something informal and affordable with a relaxed contemporary feel, this mid-city café-cum-teashop and bar offers all-day eating at competitive prices. Casually strewn with chesterfields, old-fashioned standard lamps and other retro furnishings, it’s just the job if you fancy soaking up the sociable, canteen-style vibe while tucking into brunch sandwiches of pork and leek sausages with caramelised onion, Greek mezze sharing platters or bigger helpings of braised ox cheek with olive, wild mushroom and rosemary ragù. The food is decently cooked and wholesome, with back-up from a great selection of cakes to go with more than 30 different teas. If something stronger is required, there’s also a decent list of beers, wines and cocktails. An additional bar, dining and live music venue operates upstairs.