Plan By by Becasse
On the way to do a bit of shopping, the guys started to get hungry. This is after cupcakes, and after breakfast. They are an insatiable lot.
I had heard about Becasse but we couldn't fit it into our schedule so we thought we'd go to their cafe (Plan B) and try something from there.
The cafe itself is very small. Once you're inside, pray that not too many people enter behind you or you'll find it's a squeeze to get out. There is a good selection of drinks plus a few substantial food items like sausage rolls or wagyu burgers.
It was just a short stop for us - we picked up some juice and ordered 2 sausage rolls.
The sausage rolls have a lamb filling and come with a tomato relish dip. The pastry was very buttery and oily. When we picked up our sausage rolls, oil dripped onto the plate. This was slightly discouraging but the filling itself wasn't too oily. It had a strong lamb flavor, which I'm not used to (preferring beef/pork in sausage rolls) but it was still very tasty. Charlie thought it was a bit moist whereas I thought it was a bit dry which goes to show... nothing really. We were both being extra critical though because it was a good-tasting sausage roll.
As for juice, Charlie temporarily caught my bug for being amused with things that has his name on it so he picked a 'Charlie Juice'. It was a 'traditional lemonade' flavor and nearly blew my mind with its sourness. Still, we kept drinking it - addictive stuff. A bit like a liquid Warhead (if you remember those sour lollies). I don't recommend it if you can't handle strong sourness, or if you're paranoid about your teeth eroding (which I am).
I'd love to go back to Plan B and try their wagyu burger or, if I get the chance, have dinner in Becasse itself.