You can’t blink in London and not see a Pret A Manger. There are more stores in the city than there are carparks, some say. In any case, I’ve developed some affinity for their warm breakfast brioches. They’re all under the £3 mark and come in sausage, bacon and vegetarian varieties. I rotate between the first two like the carnivore that I am. I picked up the sausage brioche most recently whilst killing some before my Eurostar (maybe too much time, but that’s another story). It all tastes the same as any other, service is as efficient like any other. As long as you don’t mind the homogeneity, you’ll get a heart-warming fluffy brioche bun, some (baked) pork sausage and a slice of a weird-egg omelette-like product. I like the size and it doesn’t feel as greasy as the McDs and is enough for a savoury start to your morning. As with all Pret A Mangers, staff are electric quick so it’s not a worry for a time-strapped train transfer. Not the most exciting, but reasonably priced and it’s always there.