I’ve recently become very obsessed with a cafe on the High Street: Love Coffee. In the two weeks since I first visited, I’ve been five times, saying perhaps more about my caffeine addiction than anything else. Yet while their coffee is undeniably delicious, their lunch options are the real show-stealer. Offering a range of paninis, baguettes, bagels, and Greek pastries, as well as cooked breakfasts, this is a perfect place to go whether you’re looking for a sit-down lunch or a takeaway. Prices range from about £3-8 depending on whether you opt for a pastry or a cooked meal, but all worth the cost.
The OxStu recommends… Avocado, brie, tomato and basil panini (£5.25 eat-in).
Image Credit: Susie Barrows
Image Description: the front counter at Love Coffee’s High Street branch, showing ham and cheese croissants on the top row, various pastries and donuts on the second row, and large cakes on the third.