Benugo is good and your lunch is prepared freshly for you from its decent menu. But then that's true of a lot of places and they're not as pricey. The inside is OK - utilitarian with a large central wooden table and window bar stools - but others (notably Pret) do it better. I left feeling that it was OK but not worth the premium or a detour to go there.
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