It’s not the most auspicious looking place, but the tables had lovely marble tops and iron stands. These were rather incongruous but a welcome stylistic high-point.With a breakfast roll in mind I ordered one filled with black pudding and bacon on a crisp morning roll. This was prepared to order by the friendly counter folks.
I took a seat at one of the tables and sipped on a refreshing cuppa. My item soon arrived looking rather good in a smiley frog-mouth way.
It proved extremely good eating, with two good slices of black pudding and profuse rashers of crisp bacon. It was packed with flavour and deeply satisfying.
So overall, I was impressed with the Lunch Box’s offering. Its humble appearance belies the quality of their grub, with their lunchtime menu looking as tempting as the breakfast selection proved to be. Stop in next time you need a tasty roll in this part of town.
Blythe scores the Lunch Box
4/5 for food
3.5/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 14/20
I ate: bacon and black pudding roll
I drank: tea
I wore: light grey suit
Total bill: £3.50