I'm finding it easier to take a regular break on a Wednesday now. It's not so hard to get up and leave the office whereas it used to seem impossible to me. I'm finding the break sustains me for days too. Why do office workers let themselves get stuck into a routine of working through their lunch hours??
JaPRA and I had been chatting about marmite and piccalilli which got us onto the subject of New York delis and hot beef sandwiches. So on Wednesday, I took a quick walk up to the food van outside London Bridge station.
So if you came out of the station concourse towards the bus station, you would see the van up ahead of you. He was advertising a hot salt beef bagel for £2.80 which I thought was reasonable.
I took this while waiting for my food.
It was a great big chunk of beef on a fresh bagel with huge chunks of gherkin on. Generous portions and definitely tasty. After all that, he didn't have piccalilli but he did have hot English mustard - yum!
There were police vans and dog units all over the place so I decided not to push my luck by taking a photo of a sandwich in the middle of the street.
I still had a good twenty minutes of my lunch hour left so I walked down Borough High Street and decided to get a hot chocolate at Costa Coffee.
I've always wanted to take a picture of the Climbers by Ofra Zimbalista. I've always liked the Costa Coffee shop on Borough High Street; so if you're looking for a nice cuppa, simply walk down BHS and look for the blue men on the right hand side - Costa is right underneath them.
All pictures in this post are taken with my Nokia N70.