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The sins here aren't really deadly. In fact, the place makes sinfulness look rather friendly. The old building houses a number of different spaces, upstairs and downstairs, indoors and out, for an easy-going menu that starts with a late-ish breakfast (never before 9am) and provides for light lunches, or just cake and coffee.
It's all pretty casual and very pleasant. The front room has a couch as well as tables, the other room is tables only, and the sunny courtyard with its large tree makes sloth very appealing. The food is very much cafe style in its offering, but it's all done well. What is there to say about a steak sandwich that has juicy and tender steak topped with caramelised onions, with some spinach and mushrooms, and just the right proportion of pide bread? Not much other than it's right and well worth eating. So is the chicken parma, which has a thick enough piece of chicken to remain succulent, not too heavy a coating, a slice of good ham, tasty tomato sauce, and cheese that isn't rubbery. It all goes down well with a beer or glass of wine. Hang about for some cake and good coffee.