For the last few years, I’ve been getting my lunch nearly every day from the same place: Good Times, a sandwich shop just across the road from the office. It wasn’t just their convenient location, it wasn’t just the food (though the bhaji burger would have made regular visits a good idea), it was more the people – lovely friendly staff, who took the trouble to remember what their regulars liked, and who my colleagues and I got to know.
So it’s a shame that today was their last day – other things are happening with the property they were in, and so the Good Times had to come to an end. Well, not a final end: they’re aiming to be back in new premises in the new year, and while they won’t be as close to the office, they’ll still be worth tracking down for a good sarnie. And as I’ll have to walk somewhere for my lunch in future, it might as well be there!
 Warm onion bhaji, inna bun, with mango chutney, that minty yoghurty stuff, salady bits, cheese. Grilled like a panini. Lovely.
 After a while, as soon as I walked on on a Friday morning, my sausage sarnie with brown sauce was being made, and my black coffee poured (a good deal at £2.50).