Sure exercise is good for the body but I also believe that sometimes, some me time and indulging oneself nourishes the soul and encourages emotional wellbeing too!
The service was warm and friendly and the little cafe with its gleaming black walls, bright lights and gentle hum of activity was certainly restorative for this tired soul. The coffee was great even with an over generous sprinkling of cocoa and whilst the baked eggs took their time it sure felt great to relax and just take the time for some solitary comfort.
When the eggs did arrive they were appetisingly attractive. The tomato sugo with the nduja was tangy and tasty with a spicy kick. The mushrooms were deliciously soft and flavoursome with garlic. I'd have loved another slice of toast to enjoy the gooey yolk and tomato sauce but that's just being greedy.
This is a simple place and simple things done well are true neighbourhood gems. I'll be remembering this one for sure and not just for breakfast.