We stopped off in here after a nearby meeting. The lunchtime rush was over, but we had no difficulty in choosing paninis from the remaining stock that turned out to be wholesome, hearty and generously filled. The chap on the order counter was very friendly, and interesting in explaining the mission behind this social enterprise that ploughs the profits back in to charity, and allocates at least one in four of its jobs to homeless people. The serving staff were great, cheery and helpful, and the coffee was good, too. I'm interested in the 'suspended' coffee/sandwich idea that lets you fund lunch for someone who needs it. Prices were very reasonable, As I'll be in Edinburgh a lot in the next couple of months it will be my lunch spot of choice when I'm in that part of the city.
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